I Against I (15)
Michael Mann's urban thrillers are the primary influence on this glittering London nocturne in which two men have 12 hours to kill each other.
A crime boss has been brutally murdered, and his son (Mark Womack) is bent on making somebody pay. The two men, unknown to each other (Kenny Doughty, Ingvar Eggert Sigurdsson), have been caught on CCTV leaving the scene of the crime: cue a vicious game of cat-and-mouse.
On the plus side its sinister night-time locations set it apart from your average Britcrim thriller. On the down, one doesn't quite believe any of it.
Potter's attempt to create an Essex Taj Mahal was a lovely treattv
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