Us and Them
Three rough young British men, intent on making a grand and brutish statement on economic inequality in the UK, use one upper crust family as their sacrificial lamb. When disenfranchised Danny confronts wealthy banker, Conrad, he plans to teach him a lesson he'll never forget. When daughter Philippa comes home and introduces Danny as her boyfriend, her parents are shocked to see he is from the "wrong" social class. They soon learn he is an imposter. Danny and his two cohorts hold the family hostage and force the father to choose between wife and daughter in a game of Russian roulette. Danny's seething anger is palpable and only countered by Conrad's attitude toward privileged and entitlement.