political thriller takes us from the sandswept deserts of Iraq to the
streets of Liverpool where loyalties are questioned as are motives as we
get taken deep into a story where nothing is quite as it seems.
Fergus is the primary
character in the movie who has to unravel a mystery when the story
regarding the death of his mate takes a bizarre twist when messages left
on both the friend's phone and a phone of an Iraqi national point to
something a great deal more terrible than the "honourable" work being
taken on by the occupying mercenary forces.
Where we really get
into the story is the point that the investigation that Fergus is
undertaking brings the trouble that he thought left in Iraq with the
friend, Frankie. As the parties involved in the crime become aware of
their threat of discovery, they pursue Fergus on his home turf turning
suburbia into a battleground.
I liked the way that
this story was told. The pacing was excellent and the acting was second
to none. The quality of the audio and video was good and really brought
the viewer into the story. It was grim, gritty and extremely realistic,
making for some really good viewing. Well worth the watch and a movie
that I have no problem recommending.