director Rowan Athale, but it's a surprisingly assured one -- offering a fine sense of milieu, a good grasp of broad-stroke characteriza-tion and a plot that takes awhile to get going but in the final third of the movie takes off like gangbusters. So stick around and be treated to one of the most satisfying vengeance-is-mine movies in some time.
Timothy Spall) questioning a beaten-bloody lad named Harvey, Luke Treadaway (on poster, top, and below, far right), who has quite a story to tell. Immediately we're flashing back to a former time and a tale of the wrongful imprisonment of poor Harvey, who now, quite understandably, wants revenge on the sleazy drug dealer (Neil Maskell) who set him up. To this end he employs his three best friends -- Dempsey (Iwan Rheon, below, near right), Dodd (Matthew Lewis), far left and Charlie (Gerard Kearnes, near left).
Vanessa Kirby, below.
Brothers of the Head through Clapham Junction, Cheerful Weather for the Wedding, Attack the Block and now this, he has not come near repeating himself in any role.
Oscilloscope, opens this Friday in Los Angeles (at Laemmle's Royal) and here in New York City at the Cinema Village, after which it will open in nine more cities over the next few weeks. Click here and scroll down to see all currently scheduled playdates.