Shooters is a drama documentary film, directed by Dan Reed for Suspect Device Films. The film is set in Liverpool and used local criminals as actors depicting the lives of local 'gangsters'... See full summary »

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Paul Attah ...
Paul
Ali Awad ...
Dezzys Friend
Desmond Bayliss ...
Dezzy
Franny Bennett ...
Franny
Stephen Condon ...
Stephen
Shakira Jones ...
Shakira
Ricky Rowe ...
Ricky
Christopher Scully ...
Scully
Cheryl Varley ...
Big Johns Ex
John Wayland ...
John
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Shooters is a drama documentary film, directed by Dan Reed for Suspect Device Films. The film is set in Liverpool and used local criminals as actors depicting the lives of local 'gangsters'. It is most notable for having been completely unscripted apart from a brief outline; each scene was improvised and ad-libbed by the actors themselves. Written by Andy Ward

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Makes most British gangster films look like the teletubbies

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There was no script for this movie, only a basic plot outline, every scene was ad-libbed. See more »

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Franny: hang on, i'll tell you now, you know that crew from manny, you know that crew from manny thats been coming in here, you know the big boy wit the locks, yeah ended up doing him la, just bit his fucking ear off.
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a short sharp shock to the system
23 September 2003 | by (cheltenham,england) – See all my reviews

director Dan Reed wanted to make a film about an underworld killing that took place in Liverpool 1996 unable to follow this through he set about making a piece about people living with and through crime, and with practically no budget, and actors with no experience he's made a sensational, tough and raw piece of cinema.There is no denying that it has a film school quality but that just adds to the realism of the movie.If you like your films tough, hard to sit through but ultimately rewarding then treat yourself.


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