Bone in the Throat
Directed by Graham Henman
A young ambitious chef gets mixed up with the East End London mob. While showing off his culinary skills, he finds himself trapped.
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★★★★ review by Vonne Patiag on Letterboxd
A very surprising turn for Ed Westwick, who relies on his native English shoreditch accent to ground his character, caught between the culinary and mob worlds of London. A nice take on the mobster film, though its characters always feel real which shows from a strong screenplay.
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