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A Very British Gangster (2007)

A documentary about one of Britain's most dangerous crime families and introduces us to its magnetic, larger-than-life leader, Dominic Noonan (aka Lattlay Fottfoy).

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A documentary about one of Britain's most dangerous crime families and introduces us to its magnetic, larger-than-life leader, Dominic Noonan (aka Lattlay Fottfoy).

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Look after those that look after you F*ck off those that f*ck off you

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7 December 2007 (UK)  »

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Un gangster muy británico  »

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The second guy giving Dominic Noonan a hug after the Elvis song in his brothers funeral is Carlton Leach. Carlton Leach is another British gangster that has movie about his life called Rise of the Footsoldier (2007). See more »

Connections

Followed by Sins of the Father (2011) See more »

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Let The Caged Bird Sing
Composed and Performed by Alabama 3
Used by kind permission of Chrysalis Music and Second Skin Music
Courtesy of One Little Indian Records
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I thought it was a spoof
10 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

To be fair after watching this for about 20 minutes I thought this was a David Brent, Office type spoof documentary about someone believing they were a gangster. One of the most cringe-worthy things I have ever seen, a bloke living in a terraced house in Manchester,driving a clapped out Volvo with a posse of 17 year old boys in TK Max suits parading behind him. The only reason to watch this is for a good laugh at an individual who takes himself seriously where viewers wouldn't in any sense of the word and seems to believe he really is some crime lord. The more this (mock) documentary goes on the more you find yourself just wondering what the film makers are seriously thinking...are they taking the pi55 and mocking this individual (my guess is yes) or making a genuine insight? Ricky Gervais has nothing on this fella


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