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Us and Them

Danny, a frustrated young blue-collar worker, is fed up with the social inequality of his neighborhood and country. One day, Danny and his two friends plan to invade the home of a posh family, who they perceive as a symbol of class-based gentrification. Yet Danny's ambitious plans don't exactly go smoothly...
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Screen International by

Looking and sounding disarmingly like father Tim, Roth imbues Danny with an edgy vim and vigour - reminiscent of his father’s early performances for Quentin Tarantino - and palpable vulnerability which draws sympathy for his righteous anger, however misjudged it may be.
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Village Voice by Craig D. Lindsey

As sleek and polished as Us and Them looks, it finds Martin not only biting from more established filmmakers, but biting off more than he can chew.
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The Hollywood Reporter by Jordan Mintzer

It’s a decent concept for any sort of movie – a thriller, a horror flick, a comedy – but the problem here is that writer-director Joe Martin never quite decides which one he wants to make.
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Movie Nation by Roger Moore

Like good satire, Us and Them burns, bites and wounds as it lands its punches. Like stumbling satire, the tone feels off as writer-director Martin lets things go too far even as Danny’s mates start to absorb his message.

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