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||IMDB Rating: 7.5/10 from 20,610 votes
||Release: 10 March 1971 (UK) /
||Genre: Crime, Thriller
||Director: Mike Hodges,
||Stars: Alun Armstrong, Bernard Hepton, Britt Ekland, Bryan Mosley, Dorothy White, George Sewell, Geraldine Moffat, Glynn Edwards, Ian Hendry, John Osborne, Michael Caine, Petra Markham, Rosemarie Dunham, Terence Rigby, Tony Beckley
||Synopsis: A vicious London gangster, Jack Carter, travels to Newcastle for his brother's funeral. He begins to suspect that his brother's death was not an accident and sets out to follow a complex trail of lies, deceit, cover-ups and backhanders through Newcastle's underworld, leading, he hopes, to the man who ordered his brother killed. Because of his ruthlessness Carter exhibits all the unstopability of the android in Terminator, or Walker in Point Blank, and he and the other characters in the film are prone to sudden, brutal acts of violence. Written by Mark Thompson <[email protected]>
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This is one of Caine's best roles and undoubtedly one of the greatest
gangster/crime films ever made. It is unrelentingly harsh, gritty, and
bleak in showing the nasty world of Carter.
Few characters are truly likable or admirable and most have a mix of
good and bad. This applies to Carter himself and even the bystanders or
victims. Everyone is portrayed as flawed somehow, even those who are
tragic. This is one of many aspects that adds to the realism of this
This grittiness is true not only of the world of crime, but the entire
world of the early post-industrial Northern England, once at the
forefront of the industrial revolution but by then a depressed
backwater that had yet to feel the true benefits of recent social and
economic changes. It thus provides some subtle social commentary as
well, although one may easily miss it.
In addition to its raw grittiness, the film is also very intense. There
is a building tension throughout, and a palpable that things are not
right. At the same time, the events, in particular the action and
violence are rather slow but relentless.
In fact, the way the film presents the violence and action is one of
the keys to its greatness. It is an unusual, fascinating, and very
powerful depiction. There isn't gore or even lots of blood or the like
and, like the rest of the film, it generally progresses slowly and
calmly. It's not exhilarating or glamorous, but instead deliberate,
relentless, and, above all, cold. The coldness of the violence and how
Carter in particular, but others as well, kill and hurt in an
unfeeling, perfunctory manner makes it seem all the more harsh.
Another interesting aspect of the film is the juxtaposition of the idea
that someone can force or change events around him against the feeling
that one can merely react to events beyond his control. Both of these
themes seem to clash in Carter and his actions, for one of these themes
may at times appear to be what's happening, yet in the end it seems
that the other exerts its dominance.
Ultimately, this is superb, extremely gritty, and powerful drama. It
contains action and violence, but it is not an action film and most
expecting a non-stop action film, with flashy fighting, "getting the
bad guys," etc. may well be bored.
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, Bernard Hepton
, Britt Ekland
, Bryan Mosley
, Dorothy White
, George Sewell
, Geraldine Moffat
, Glynn Edwards
, Ian Hendry
, John Osborne
, Michael Caine
, Petra Markham
, Rosemarie Dunham
, Terence Rigby
, Tony Beckley
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