George, after getting out of prison, begins looking for a job, but his time in prison has reduced his stature in the criminal underworld. The only job he can find is to be a driver for Simone, a beautiful high-priced call girl, with whom he forms an at first grudging, and then real affection. Only Simone's playing a dangerous game, and when George agrees to help her, they both end up in a huge amount of trouble with Mortwell, the local kingpin. Written by
She was a tart. He was an ex-con. And she was about to shatter his life forever.
See more »
Did You Know?
The famous Brighton Jetty is used as a location in the film's third act but there is no long or establishing shot of the enormity of the notable landmark (as in Brighton Rock
(2010)), only medium and close shots of the action on it. See more
When George and Thomas talk about nuns in disguise, George's cup changes hands between shots. See more
[at her front door, to George
Yeah? Do you want mum?
References The Long Good Friday
THE VERY THOUGHT OF YOU
Words and Music by Ray Noble See more