There are a lot of potholes out there in the world that you can fall into when you are making a film. Like trying to get a model to act well on camera, trying to shoot a car chase on no budget and thinking that a Snatch style thriller is easy to write. I Against I stumbles into all of these holes and more like a blind man crossing a road. There is a hell of a lot of driving in this film. Driving…and very little else. To give the film some sort of credit I will say this, you get to see a lot of the London Orbital in it. I Against I is more boring than being in an eighty minute traffic jam on the M25.