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An orphaned Jamaican baby is adopted by an elderly white couple and brought up in an all white area of London and becomes one of the most feared and respected men in Britain. Based on a true story.... (Full plot summary below)

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An orphaned Jamaican baby is adopted by an elderly white couple and brought up in an all white area of London and becomes one of the most feared and respected men in Britain. Based on a true story.

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New York Post - 9/10 by Kyle SmithIt's a pulp story pinned to the screen with an ice pick of conscience in a manner that would have pleased Allen's idol, Ingmar Bergman.
Entertainment Weekly - 8/10 by Owen GleibermanAllen's latest, Cassandra's Dream, is one of his debonair ''small'' entertainments, the closest that he has come to doing a tidy, no-frills, down-and-dirty genre thriller.
Boston Globe - 8/10 by Wesley MorrisThe movie is actually a softer treatment of the similar sibling anguish in Sidney Lumet's "Before the Devil Knows You're Dead." Allen isn't enough of a great dark artist to pull off a full-scale tragedy the way Lumet does.
San Francisco Chronicle - 8/10 by Mick LaSalleIn thematic terms, Cassandra's Dream could be looked at as a rebuttal to "Crimes and Misdemeanors."
The New Yorker - 7/10 by David DenbyEwan McGregor’s bright-eyed Ian, following in the footsteps of characters in Allen’s “Crimes and Misdemeanors” and “Match Point,” is a study in guilt-free violence. But Colin Farrell’s Terry is something new. Terry is a decent guy with many weaknesses, and, after the crime is committed, Farrell gives him a piteous self-loathing that is very touching.
Portland Oregonian - 7/10 by Shawn LevyIt's not Allen's weakest work, not by far. But its impact is shockingly superficial.
Christian Science Monitor - 7/10 by Peter RainerWhat we get are themes and variations on previous good work, to lessening effect.
The New York Times - 7/10 by Manohla DargisWoody Allen’s latest excursion to the dark side of human nature, is good enough that you may wonder why he doesn’t just stop making comedies once and for all.
Time - 7/10 by Richard SchickelIt is a talkative film, rather earnest in its tonalities, not at all a deft, witty or well-paced. On the other hand, it is, for Allen, a comparatively rare excursion into lower-class life.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - 7/10 by William ArnoldThis 38th Allen film (and third in a row to be set in London) is a drama about two brothers that's so heavy in tone it seems inspired by Greek tragedy and the grimmest '40s film noir.

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