Inventive and engaging, Gregor Jordan's confident debut feature is a gripping and often funny thriller with a deft touch of the supernatural cleverly and unobtrusively woven through it.
Nineteen-year-old Jimmy (Ledger) finds himself in debt to local gangster Pando (Bryan Brown) when some gang loot disappears, and before you can say 'heist' he's on the run from the thugs.
Gritty, darkly comic and with a steadying dose of laid back charm.
'Tough, funny and compelling, Two Hands
is the pumped up tour through the criminal underworld that Australian cinema needed.' Filmink