Essex crime king-pin Don Paice crashes into depression after the death of his wife and hires a hit-man to dispose of himself, deciding that he has nothing left in this life worth living for. On discovering that his wife mothered a son of his, that he knew nothing about, he has a change of heart about his fate. The hit-man, however, has been ordered to do the job no matter what - ironically; by Paice himself. Written by
Don Paice rules the territory and his enemies are dead. Life's so great that he wants to kill himself...
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Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?
Director 'Jaspreet Grewal' has at least two cameos in the film: Firstly as the yellow jacketed trailer-park gunman at the beginning of the film, and secondly as the voice on the other end of Kehoe's phone, in another early scene in a police station. See more
Mallstrom tells Paice that his old Mercedes will be road tax exempt soon. However, UK Chancellor Gordon Brown had actually already withdrawn the tax aid to UK cars over (only) 20 years old. See more
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