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Offender (2012)The film tells the story of Tommy Nix (Joe Cole), a young man of the working class, who tries to avoid getting mixed up with the wrong crowd until he loses his girlfriend and unborn child as a result of a brutal attack by an armed gang.Genre: ThrillerCountry: United KingdomDuration: 102 minQuality: HDRelease: 2012IMDb: 6.2
Actors of "Offender (2012)"
Characters of "Offender (2012)"
Directors of "Offender (2012)"Ron Scalpello
Creators of "Offender (2012)"Paul Van CarterBirthdate: 15 November 1976, Hitchin, Herts, England, UK
Critic Reviews of "Offender (2012)"Time OutAugust 07, 2012
If 'Offender' has a point to make about the justice system, it fails to land the punch.Daily StarOctober 30, 2012
It's the performances that really carry this film. Cole's intense portrayal marks him as one to watch and rapper English Frank also impresses as the prison's posturing, cod Jamaican kingpin Jake.Observer (UK)August 12, 2012
The detail is realistic and it's a decent enough genre piece.GuardianAugust 09, 2012
Waiting for Britain's answer to A Prophet, or an update of Scum? Keep waiting.ViewLondonAugust 09, 2012
An engaging, impressively staged revenge drama with a striking central performance from newcomer Joe Cole and a strong support cast ...Sky MoviesAugust 08, 2012
A spare script and lean dialogue lend genuine power to the taciturn youngster's unswervable quest for justice, a single-minded obsession that results in some truly bone-crunching violence.Empire MagazineAugust 06, 2012
A solid revenge thriller in which Cole excels.Total FilmJuly 31, 2012
Ron Scalpello's brutal debut about a young offenders' institution hammers its messages home with a sock full of snooker balls.The ListJuly 30, 2012
The way the camera lingers on the lividly bruised and battered faces of his characters, plus the clichéd use of slow motion, epitomise the film's limitations.
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