The Riot Club

The ensemble of young british actors are excellently believable in this adaptation of The Riot Club. With their snobby characters donning long tail waist coats, this film gives an insight into the dark side of the wealthy. The film was adapted from a play which takes place in only one room however in the film there are scenes outside that room which is good in my opinion because you get to explore these characters away from the room and see a back story behind them. It’s a good portrayal of any teenager because the situation that they all get themselves into in the room is unforgivable and dark and that can happen to anyone. It might mock the upper class but overall the film was entertaining and insightful. It’s a nice old fashioned film to get stuck into.

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