Dead Man's Shoes (2004)

Not Rated   |    |  Crime, Drama, Thriller

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A disaffected soldier returns to his hometown to get even with the thugs who brutalized his mentally-challenged brother years ago.

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  • Paddy Considine and Toby Kebbell in Dead Man's Shoes (2004)
  • Paddy Considine in Dead Man's Shoes (2004)
  • Dead Man's Shoes (2004)
  • Paddy Considine in Dead Man's Shoes (2004)
  • George Newton in Dead Man's Shoes (2004)
  • Paddy Considine in Dead Man's Shoes (2004)

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11 October 2004 | wertperch
| Raw and edgy.
This is not just a "kitchen sink" film. It's an thriller with an edge, a story and believable characters.

It is a fairly violent film, but that violence is given a realistic, documentary treatment, which is some ways makes it all the more shocking. There is no gore splatter, just cold, well-defined revenge. The trailer did leave me with the impression it was going to be much bloodier, but I feel that Shane Meadows got the balance right.

Paddy Considine's script is very good, and leaves enough room for the audience to be surprised at the next turn, and his portrayal of a vengeful brother is spot-on.

Provided they are happy with the lack of Hollywood polish, this is a film I'd recommend to any lovers of the thriller genre. It's well-paced and there are sufficient surprises to keep you guessing throughout.

Overall, it kept me well occupied and it gets a good 8/10 from me.

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