A disaffected soldier (Considine) returns to his hometown to get even with the thugs who brutalized his mentally-challenged brother (Kebbell) years ago.
This movie is a classic example of a low budget, lesser known movie just getting it right. It hits hard and is such a powerful story that you are just sucked into it despite it lacking the dramatic effects of the blockbuster movies of today. Paddy Considine gets the role just right and Toby Kebbell is amazing as his mentally challenged brother.
The Big Twist - I did not see that coming - and you have to watch the movie all over again afterwards to get a whole new appreciation of it. No more said as I don't want to ruin it for you.
The one downside for some people will be the accents. Very strong English Midlands accents are hard to follow at times (and I am Scottish) but do not let it put you off this movie as it is well worth struggling through the dialogue.