On their way to a party, lovers Alice and Adam are brutally assaulted by a gang. Shattered by the incident, they embark on a revenge spree against their attackers, venting rage they never knew they possessed.
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Anderson must have wondered how she'd gone from the excellent "The House Of Mirth" a few years before to starring in a film with Danny Dyer. However, the result is a surprisingly nuanced examination of violence and voyeurism, which continues the rather dubious cinematic trend of "thoughtful" ultra-violence in the English countryside; indeed, to me it's a better film than Peckinpah's ridiculously lauded "Straw Dogs".