The life of a pair of twins (Ronald and Reginald Kray) who were born in London in 1934 and when they grew up became gangsters selling protection. Written by
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When People are afraid of you, You can do anything. Remember that.
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One of the poems read in the early portion of the film, when the Krays are still children, is "Alone" by Edgar Allan Poe, the last line of which, "Of a demon in my view", hints at the evil of the Kray boys. See more
The movie depicts the murders of George Cornell and Jack "The Hat" McVitie as taking place on the same evening. In reality, George Cornell was shot by Ron Kray on 9th March 1966 and Jack McVitie was stabbed to death by Reg Kray on 29th October 1967. See more
Shall I tell you my dream? I dreamed that I was a beautiful white swan. And I could fly anywhere, do anything. I ate fish and pecked at things with my beak. And I had this egg, a beautiful egg it was. And there were noises coming from inside the shell. And do you know what the noises were? They were - now listen carefully - they were children's voices. And I looked after this egg and kept it safe, until one day there was a hatching sound. And out came two boys and they were mine. And they were ...
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She's Not There
Performed by The Zombies
Written by Rod Argent
Published by Marquis Music
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