Soundtrack Festival 2008: I Know You Know

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Jamie is a boy who worships his father Charlie.. Charlie is working undercover, living on the edge. While Charlie can be unpredictable and volatile, he is protective of his son. When a job that promises cash and escape to America comes, both father and son have to confront the reality of the situation they find themselves in.

I Know You Know suffers a lot. There is a twist, but a twist you see coming fairly soon.

Saying that, the film is sometimes funny, tense in parts. The performances are okay, nothing stunning.

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