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Total Films
11/9/00 - Stephen Applebaum

Thank God for Debbie Isitt. Just as it was looking like every young British film-maker had jumped on the tediously laddish Lock Stock bandwagon, along she comes with a deliciously vicious black comedy that restores your faith in homegrown cinema... [ more ]

Empire
11/9/00 - Jaspre Bark

Nasty Neighbours takes place on the battlements of every English man's castle - namely his home - as two semi detached fiefdoms in a small suburban cul de sac go to war... [ more ]

Evening Mail
11/09/99 - Graham Young

Cul-de-sac movie is a Venice Hit. A film shot in a Birmingham cul-de-sac has received a five-minute ovation at the prestigious Venice Film festival. Nasty Neighbours, the debut feature by 33 year old Coventry based writer and director Debbie Isitt... [ more ]

The Daily Telegraph
10/9/99 - David Gritten

"Lastly, a triumph for a low-budget British film in a minor Venice category, New Territories. Nasty Neighbours, a black comedy starring Ricky Tomlinson and Phil Daniels... [ more ]

The Times
8/9/99 - James Christopher

"...So, too, Debbie Isitt, who carved her reputation on stage with a series of blacker-than-thou comedies with twists that made your eyes water. Her cracking first feature film, Nasty Neighbours... [ more ]