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ID2: Shadwell ArmyID2: Shadwell Army     :– Watch  ID2: Shadwell Army full movie on Project Free Tv,Purposefully re-treading many of the same paths of I.D., Shadwell Army places us back in the East of London as an unknown Muslim man is searched by police. It is unnecessarily blunt and rude, forcing the man to remove his shoes on the cold tarmac as his friends laugh at him nearby. But the joke’s on us as the man is a British police officer, undercover. Mo (Simon Rivers) has been tasked to infiltrate the football fans of Shadwell Town F.C. and he’s nervous. He’s young and inexperienced, and he turns to an ex-Police Officer turned unsuccessful-comic (Perry Fenwick) for advice. To get in the group, Mo will have to adapt his entire personality and drink, fight and fuck “like a dog” to be welcomed into the violent gang that supports the local team. But his new found friends lead him to the top brass (including Linus Roache) of extreme right-wing groups and Mo begins to lose himself in this macho, drug-fuelled environment.The drive behind I.D. was clear-cut: John was a football fan who’s lured by the community, bravado and pride of the fans he befriends. When you feed into the story the extreme politics of the EDL and the conflicts of poverty-stricken multi-cultural communities of London, the themes become muddied. There is a sense that, though holding good intentions, Shadwell Army isn’t trying to inform. Instead, it takes real, sensitive social issues and turns them into a bit of lad’s fun. To make matters worse, over the course of the entire film, the boys never actually get into a stadium until a brief moment in the finale. For a football hooligan film to lack any football is an unexpected misstep. Surely, their attitude to the game could be what defines their true character.While a throwaway line, almost passing as a joke, nods toward the issues facing men in 2016, there’s no attempt at shining the spotlight on how broken so many men are today. The biggest killer of men between 18 and 50 is suicide. The lost place of strong, silent men, venting their anger via sport and comradery, is a real issue that could’ve pulled ID2 into the 21st century (a theme that would’ve slotted easily into Danny Boy and Nick’s plot here). Though right-wing wing movements are rising up across the world, this particular branch of EDL in ID2 feels dated. Whispering in hushed tones in shadowy corners, the flat characters hold simplistic intentions. The depth of This is England, for example, deconstructs where extremist attitudes in working-class communities could be bred from.

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Release: 12 Aug 2016 (Usa)
IMDB Rating : 7.3/10
Director: Joel Novoa
writers: : Vincent O’Connell
Stars : Simon Rivers, Linus Roache, Paul Popplewell