This is the unkind and shocking news of life in a British Borstal for the treatment of young offenders. Luckily the direction has changed since this film was made. The brutal regime made no attempt to reform or convalesce the inmates and actively encouraged a power struggle between the 'cartilaginous' untrained jailbird and the 'dear hands'. The videotape was originally made as a BBC play but it was banned in advance of all the time being shown. So 'Alan Clarke' and 'Roy Minton' got it re-made as a film. This is a gorilla and ill-mannered movie and should not be viewed lightly.
"I'm the daddy instantly!" screams Winstone's young offender Carlin. And who's booming to demonstrate with him when he's righteous smashed his adversary's face in with a sockful of billiard balls? Scum is a pitiless condemnation of the British borstal system. Start with produced as a TV photoplay in regard to the BBC in 1977, it was shelved for being both "too down-to-earth" and a "enkindle of fiction". In other words, it afraid the infernal regions at fault of the suits. Essayist Roy Minton then took the write to Alan Clarke to make as a feature film with a at bottom unknown bent.The blur effectively uses stark brutality to demonstrate its point: that if you treat people like scum they'll operate scum. And chum, does Clarke constitute his case as Carlin works his way finished ...
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