Lee Sales’s debut feature started life as a short film, co-written with featured actors George Russo and Francis Pope, about Hackney cockneys duckin’ and divin’, spliffin’ and sniffin’, swearin’ and shaggin’. It has ended up as a feature film about exactly that, but with one difference. It now has a sub-plot about the troubled love affair between unemployed chancer George (Russo) and his middle-class girlfriend Sophie (Ophelia Lovibond), whose hard-earned holiday savings he has secretly borrowed to finance an ill-fated coke deal. The film’s origins may explain why Lovibond – fresh from eye-catching roles in ‘No Strings Attached’ and ‘Mr Popper’s Penguins’ – seems to be in a completely different film. Also in a class of his own is ‘Kill List’ star Neil Maskell, who is likewise relegated to the sidelines.