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Following in the same footsteps as Essex Boys, Rise Of The Footsoldier and Bonded By Blood, we have another take on the savage events of 1995 during which three gangland heavies were found executed in their Range Rover in Rettendon, Essex. Tony Tucker, Patrick Tate and Craig Rolfe’s bullet-ridden bodies were uncovered one cold December morning, with ‘business’ associates Jack Whomes and Michael Steele subsequently convicted of the crime. However, questions have been raised about whether they could been involved at all.

The Fall Of The Essex Boys is the latest film to offer a different perspective of the notorious events leading up to that horrific crime. Producer Jonathan Sothcott says:

Our take on the iconic Essex Boys story is deliberately different to previous versions – we wanted to tell the story, but didn’t want it to look like yet another Brit gangster film, so we avoided casting ‘the usual suspects. »

- Craig Hunter

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