adult with developmental disabilities who falls into a gang led by a younger teenager named Christopher Craig (Reynolds). What did those four words, Let him have it, really mean? Derek Bentley is played by, chris Eccleston as a likable teenager, inoffensive, fond of his family, able to deal with life in its ordinary aspects, but incapable of standing up to his friend Chris (. 6 References edit a b Bergman, Paul; Asimow, Michael (2006).
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Advertisement, in his reconstruction of the trial, Medak is unforgiving, showing a legal system less concerned with justice than with proving itself correct. John Simon On Film: Criticism. Officers order Craig to put down his gun. 3, reception edit, the film gained positive reviews from critics. My colleague might have found this two-ways-facing phrase in a book by the English novelist Kingsley Amis or in a story by the American Peter DeVries. Such a sad ending to a great movie. The Krays was about the most notorious gangsters in recent British history, twin brothers who ruled the East End in a reign of terror and violence. Because he is a minor, Craig is given a prison sentence for the crime.