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Bill and his son, Karl, work together in the oldest of family businesses, organized crime. After spending a few days in jail, they return home and realize they may have a rat in their midst. The duo then looks to unmask the police informant who threatens to take down their business.
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Oregonian
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October 28, 2010

Chances are you've never seen a crime family like the one in Ben Wheatley's unusual, ferociously witty dark comedy Down Terrace.
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Laramie Movie Scope
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December 15, 2010

This is the sort of thing you'd expect if the Coen Brothers were British and they decided to do their own version of a "Sopranos" movie set in Brighton, England.
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Entertainment Weekly
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October 27, 2010

A dark and hilarious thwomping of the whole miserablist British gangster genre.
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BrianOrndorf.com
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October 22, 2010

Doesn't provide much of an electric charge until very late in the game, making the first two acts of the picture an incredible test of endurance for anyone not utterly devoted to the throttled fury of British kitchen sink dramas.
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Salon.com

October 22, 2010

Its litany of outrageous abuses and horrible crimes, as it careens from delicately phrased dinner-table insults to old ladies murdered in the street, is often gaspingly, ridiculously funny.
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Film Comment Magazine
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June 17, 2013

[Julia Deakin's] Ma Barker role (and performance) is essential to the film's grotesque yet enthralling familial fatalism.
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Globe and Mail
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November 12, 2010

The British do kitchen-sink realism extremely well; they also have a nice way with black comedy. It's rare, however, to see the two as wickedly combined as they are in Down Terrace.
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews

November 29, 2010

Has some poignant moments but gets lost along the way in the macabre.
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New York Times

October 15, 2010

A grimly amusing portrait of a closed system in which the pressure is building to an explosion.
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Boxoffice Magazine

October 29, 2010

The junior Hill's script, written with director Wheatley, very deliberately considers the abilities of each of its elements, from the inanimate to the human, and uses each to their best effect.
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Toronto Star
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November 11, 2010

A low-budget effort by British director Ben Wheatley, Down Terrace is an enjoyably nasty piece of business about a down-market sort of underworld clan.
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New York Post
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October 15, 2010

Down Terrace is the auspicious feature debut of Ben Wheatley, who's spent a decade directing sitcoms, Web-isodes and commercials while fruitlessly pitching scripts to Hollywood.
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