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The Big I Am -- After small-time crook Mickey finds Don Barber, the psychopathic head of the London underworld, in the trunk of a stolen car, he is thrust into the middle of a brutally violent turf war.
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The Big I Am -- After small-time crook Mickey (Leo Gregory) finds Don Barber (Vincent Regan), the psychopathic head of the London underworld, in the trunk of a stolen car, he is thrust into the middle of a brutally violent turf war.

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8 April 2010 (UK) See more »
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A cruel twist of fate catapults small time crook Mickey Skinner into the big league, as head of a brutal London gang poised on the brink of a lucrative human-trafficking deal | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Leo Gregory ... Skinner

Vincent Regan ... Barber

Michael Madsen ... Martell

Robert Fucilla ... Floyd

Steven Berkoff ... The MC

Esmé Bianco ... Madame Dupoint

Paul Kaye ... Keys

Beatrice Rosen ... Liza
MC Harvey ... Robbo

Philip Davis ... Stubbs

Terry Stone ... Skipper

Bronagh Gallagher ... Di Baines
Jâms Thomas ... Kelly
Dyfrig Morris ... Nelson
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kellie Acreman ... Temptress 2
Danai Amatyakul ... Bodyguard

Nia Ann ... Eastern European Girl
Scott Bailey ... Diligent copper

Doug Ballard ... Oscar
Isobel Bass ... Mica

Matthew Batte ... Rixie 2
Joel Beckett ... Johnny
Chris Bell ... Peter
Emily Biles ... Dancer
David Bride ... Police so19
Alex Bull ... Jennifer
Alex Cain ... Gang member
Dave Carlin ... Police SO19
Paul Cassar ... Henchman
Emily Clark ... Temptress 1
Emily Clarke ... Mathilda
Jordan Clarke ... Wiry Youth
Leon Clarke ... Bodyguard
Jordan Collins ... Eastern european girl
Barry Davis ... Gang member
James Feilding ... Heavy
Meddy Ford ... Pole Dancer
David Griffith ... Keiron
Bernard Iandoli ... Kosovan
Jack Iandoli ... Seedy Man
Mark Iandoli ... Punter

Junix Inocian ... Leuty
Magnus James ... Drug dealer
Leon King ... Henchman
Greg Kowalski ... Flunkey
Nathaniel Antonio Lloyd ... Mitchell
John Omoya ... Heavy
Mario Panayiotou ... Henchman
Solomon Panayiotou ... Henchman
Changkyoo Park ... Drug dealer
Philip Phillipou ... Chauffeur
Steffan Rhodri ... DS Moseley
Devon Ruckley ... Sam

Joshua Sasse ... Rixie
Anthony Shaerf ... Gang member
Emily Slee ... Eastern European girl.

Lizzie Stables ... Young Girl

Robert Stone ... Barber Gang Henchman
Alys Thomas ... Betsy
Ewan Watson ... Patrick
Andrew Wheeler ... Gaz
Craig White ... Gang member
James Whitten ... Kosovan
Giles Wright ... Henchman
Dafydd Brooks ... Extra (uncredited)
Ian M. Court ... CID Officer - background artist (uncredited)

Directed by
Nic Auerbach 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Tim Cunningham  screenplay
Tim Cunningham  story
Jack Iandoli 

Produced by
Luc Chaudhary .... executive producer
Luc Chaudhary .... producer
Andrew Frangos .... executive producer
Francesco Fucilla .... consulting producer
Robert Fucilla .... executive producer
Robert Fucilla .... producer
William Fucilla .... associate producer
Jack Iandoli .... producer
Emma James .... line producer
Hugh Morshead .... consulting producer
William Sarne .... associate producer
Gerry Toomey .... line producer
 
Original Music by
James Radford 
 
Cinematography by
Shane Daly 
 
Film Editing by
Jeremy Nicholls 
 
Casting by
Daniel Hubbard 
 
Production Design by
Tim Dickel 
 
Art Direction by
Alex Morgan 
Toby Stevens 
 
Costume Design by
Dawn Thomas-Mondo 
 
Makeup Department
Jessica Cant .... makeup artist
Juliet Ireland .... makeup artist
Georgie Lockhart .... makeup artist
Ellie McNair .... hair trainee
Ellie McNair .... makeup trainee
Carole Williams .... makeup designer
Claire Williams .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Jon Wilkins .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Fraser Fennell-Ball .... second assistant director
Alex Grasham .... additional third assistant director
Tom Mulberge .... crowd third assistant director: dailies
Dan Mumford .... first assistant director
Iwan Sion .... third assistant director
Peter Stenning .... first assistant director
Lucy Patrick Ward .... third assistant director: additional scenes
 
Art Department
Andrew Barnden .... storyboard artist
Sian Bundy .... stand-by props
Sue Harding .... production buyer
Becky Harvey .... assistant art director
Alan Jones .... stand-by carpenter
Phil Lyons .... property master
Matthew North .... stand-by art director
Gareth Richards .... stand-by props
Toby Stevens .... set art director
 
Sound Department
Ross Adams .... boom operator
Jim Betteridge .... sound re-recording mixer
Robert Ede .... sound recordist
Marina Jimenez Jimena .... boom operator
Ashok Kumar Kumar .... sound mixer
Ashok Kumar Kumar .... sound recordist
Kevin O'Reilly .... sound assistant
 
Special Effects by
Henry Brook .... special effects technician
Danny Hargreaves .... special effects supervisor
Gareth Jolly .... special effects technician
 
Visual Effects by
Michele De Benedetti .... scanning & recording assistant: Dragon DI
Paul J. Wright .... scanning & recording manager: Dragon DI
 
Stunts
Glenn Marks .... stunt coordinator
Lance Roberts .... stunt driver
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Xavier Amoros .... focus puller: additional scenes
Louise Ben-Nathan .... second assistant camera
Roger Bowles .... focus puller: additional scenes
Luke Chisholm .... additional grip
Jason Coop .... focus puller: additional scenes
Shane Daly .... camera operator
Sion Davis .... electrician
Chris Dowling .... gaffer
Hamish Doyne-Ditmas .... camera operator: "a" camera
Roger Eaton .... director of photography: additional scenes
Paul Edwards .... steadicam operator
Bob Freeman .... grip
Emma Friend .... clapper loader
Steven Gardner .... clapper loader: dailies
Adam Hall .... camera operator: second unit
Kevin Higgins .... grip
David Holliday .... grip
John Husband .... electrician
Caroline Iandoli .... video assist additional photography
Hugh Jenkins .... electrician
Warren Orchard .... still photographer
Derrick Peters .... first assistant camera
Roland C. Phillips .... clapper loader: additional scenes
Iwan Prys Reynolds .... focus puller: "a" camera
Owen Richards .... best boy
Mickey Richardson .... key video assist
Garth Sewell .... grip: additional photography
Kevin Taylor .... camera car operator
Matt Wilson .... electrician
 
Animation Department
Osvaldo Comite .... animator
 
Casting Department
Martin Ware .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Amy Clarke .... costume supervisor
Christable Kennett .... key costumer
Clare Roberts .... costume assistant
Kim Tizard-Lee .... daily costume assistant
Tracey Walker .... costume assistant (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Victoria James .... assistant editor
Jake Lanning .... post production supervisor
Tessa Watkinson .... post-production coordinator
 
Music Department
James Radford .... composer: theme music
James Radford .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Janine Hamilton .... unit driver
Chris Lench .... driver
Anthony Ofsowitz .... transportation captain
Derrick Page .... driver: director
 
Other crew
Meru Anand .... caterer
Paul Ansell .... head of security
Lucy Barker .... catering assistant
Ross Coughlan .... floor runner
Steve Cronick .... production accountant
Caroline Ess .... production assistant
Kasia Eva .... production assistant
Anthony Fucilla .... production staff
William Fucilla .... production staff
Robin Green .... production accountant
Shane Guilaino .... auditor
Diana Hadden .... production coordinator
Lucy Hadden .... production secretary
Nick Hale .... location manager
Halle Handji .... location assistant
Rodney Hanson .... set department assistant
Chris Hill .... location manager
Caroline Iandoli .... production assistant
Sally Jones .... script supervisor
Mark Munnelly .... auditor
Josh Muzaffer .... floor runner
Oliver Nudds .... floor runner (as Ollie Nudds)
Olly Nudds .... floor runner
Phil O'Shea .... script consultant
Sarah Osborn .... stand-in
Kira-Anne Pelican .... script consultant
Sharon Power .... location manager's assistant
Alisa Tsua .... assistant accountant
Susannah Wright .... continuity
Susannah Wright .... script supervisor
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for strong bloody violence, pervasive language, sexuality, nudity and drug content
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UK:105 min
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Certification:
Australia:MA (2010) | Germany:18 | New Zealand:R18 | USA:R (certificate #46292)

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5 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
A very American British Gangster Film, 30 September 2011
Author: yeodawg from United States

This movie is about a low rent hustler, who while fleeing the police after a botched job hooks up with a mid-level gangster and finds out what its like to be an enforcer instead of the enforcee. The problem is with all his connections success and powers the gangsters not doing much better, than the hustler. Then you add in the moral dilemma of the gangsters specific trade and the love story, in short it plays more like "Carlitos way" than "Gangster No. #1". The opening scene the hustlers on the phone with an over the top angry gang-banger. They forecast that they're going to jump him just like they forecast when they throw him over the side of the building he'll and on a railing and not fall to his death. C'mon for god sakes the movie just started. We then see a group of suited gangsters with another over the top angry one who's pointing his gun at his fellow goons head. They raid a drug deal. So that's like 5 sets of gangsters and none of them interesting. That's the problem too many characters and not enough characters. No one a different or unique personality or stands out. They're either angry or subdued. The gang-bangers are not the interesting ones in "bullet boy", or "B.U.S.T.E.D." Same with the scenes plenty of scenes all boring and they don't push the story along. There are no scenes like in "8 dead men" where the tormentors brag to their victim about finding and torturing his hidden gay lover. And don't expect it the scenes to tie together like in "Layer Cake", the film just peters out, with a fizzle.

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