North vs. South quasi American civil war in London. Long years have Chris and Johnny far away from the home served their country, now they return to London, which has radically changed during her absence. The two veterans but cannot find jobs, but custody at criminal gangs. Slowly each of fights at the top of each duct, Chris in the North, Johnny in the South of the city.
The crumbly peace not long before, the situation escalates and a gang war breaks out. Suddenly facing the former friends in the battle for dominance of the London underworld.
The current week’s geezer fest has a semi-intriguing reason – isolating up a bizarre England along Romeo and Juliet lines, as blooming youthful adoration undermines the questionable détente between local heavies – yet no feeling of how to create it. Rather, variably grizzled sorts (Bernard Slope and Freema the north; Steven and Keith the south) lounge around picking their teeth and calmly hurling C-bombs at each other, while a colorful Elliott voiceover endeavors to guarantee us the stakes are being raised.