As a major heist approaches and with betrayal all around him, a respected crime boss has to summon all his street nous and killer instinct as he fights for survival.

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Franner
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Moby
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Ratter
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Pamela Thompson
Philip Olivier ...
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Steady George
Neil Bell ...
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Dusan
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Alison Cain ...
Marie
Ryan Orr ...
Steven
Rachel Haslam ...
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As a major heist approaches and with betrayal all around him, a respected crime boss has to summon all his street nous and killer instinct as he fights for survival.

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Rated R for brutal bloody violence, strong and aberrant sexual content, nudity, pervasive language and drug use | See all certifications »

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Ekipa  »

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$3,600,000 (estimated)
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Rory McCann and Francis Magee have both starred in Game of Thrones (2011). See more »

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Black Powder
Words and Music by Bryan Barton / Olivier Grasset
Performed by Motor
Published by Chrysalis Music Publishing Ltd. © 2006
Licence courtesy of Mute Records Ltd
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nihilistic and brilliant
17 January 2009 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

The Crew goes where many British gangster flicks tends to skirt around. It's an adaptation of Kevin Sampson's novel Outlaws (he wrote the screenplay too), and really shows off an attention to detail that paints a graphic and nihilistic picture of gangster life. It plays on moral bankruptcy rather than trying to spin out pithy one liners and any pretence of cool.

Nothing good happens to anyone; violence and lust doesn't make people happy, poetic justice slips through when you least expect and some neat twists give it a decent narrative that is a lot smarter than the usual brit gangster flic.

Bodes well for Awaydays!


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