Reviewed Apr 10, 2012
Phil Newton’s review:
Loose remake of Alan Clarke's Scum, about three lads entering a juvenile facility where they have to deal with top dog Banks and his lackeys. Still hard hitting and profoundly depressing in places, this is a no nonsense portrayal of prison life from Kim Chapiron, reigning in the excesses of Sheitan. Good performances from its young cast and builds to a feverish riot scene at the end which impresses.