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Down Terrace

Rating:R (for violence, pervasive language and some drug use)
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:October 15, 2010
Running time:89 minutes
Cast:Julia Deakin, Sara Dee, Robert Hill, Robin Hill, Mark Kempner
Director:Ben Wheatley
Producer:Andrew Starke
Writer:Robin Hill, Ben Wheatley
Distributor:Magnolia Pictures

Description: Fresh from watching his son Karl being acquitted in court, family head Bill returns to his terraced home in Brighton with dangerous questions swimming around his head. Questions which will lead to violence, recrimination and murder. Who grassed him up to the police? How will top brass in London react to the recent downturn in profits from his criminal activities? And when will Karl finally get around to decorating the sitting room? By turns thrilling and funny, shocking and authentic, "Down Terrace" takes on themes of family, betrayal, immorality and cold-bloodied range.

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