Reviews

  • "Three crims still doing old-time blags in a Merseyside increasingly ruled by drugs and guns. Stylish storytelling"

    Esquire
  • "Real drama. A crime caper story told with a Scouse accent"

    Independent on Sunday
  • "Scouse Scorsese... Sampson takes the constituent parts of Goodfellas (childhood mates turned mobsters; betrayal; retribution) and replays them on the banks of the Mersey... Sampson's Liverpudlian banter cracks along... Compelling"

    Uncut
  • "A gripping tale... the three men emerge as men full of contradictions, murderers aspiring to middle-class respectability, henpecked husbands with several kilos of coke in the boot, and fathers who do not understand their sons... Compelling"

    The List