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Lords of London (2014)

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A London gangster must confront his ruthless father's past in order to alter the gritty, abusive path that his life is spiraling down after a shakedown goes awry.

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Tony Lord
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Terry Lord
Serena Iansiti ...
Margherita
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Francesco
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Young Terry
Glyn Grimstead ...
Kevin
Helen Latham ...
Danielle
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Charlie
Mark Adams ...
Fabrizio
Cassius Terence Murphy ...
Tony (Age 5)
Roberta Lena ...
Anna
Antonia Davies ...
Older Margherita
Edward Darcy ...
Emilio
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John (as Ray Bullock Jr.)
Laura Hamm ...
Jodi
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London gangster, Tony Lord, is the son of the notoriously ruthless, Terry Lord (Ray Winstone). After a standard shake down goes awry, Tony must confront his father's past in order to alter the gritty, abusive path that his life is spiraling down. Written by Grindstone Entertainment Group, LLC.

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Man wakes up in Italy and doesn't know why or how.


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Rated R for language throughout and some violence | See all certifications »
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1 September 2015 (USA)  »

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Lost in Italy  »

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$3,440,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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Abbruzzo film Festival, "best film" Award in Italy. See more »

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The bloodstains on the back of Tony's shirt come and go in the early part of the film, very noticeable when he washes in the river and then is stumbling through the town. See more »

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Fenestra Che Lucive
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What was that all about
26 January 2014 | by See all my reviews

Probably the worst movie I have seen in the last 12 months. Haven't seen Glen Murphy since London's Burning, and all he seem to do is run about. Ray Winstone, I had a bet with myself as to how long it would take before he swore, I think it was 30 seconds, and so it continued throughout the movie. I do wonder how much it affects young children who have a part in this sort of movie. I note that the child in the movie surname was Murphy, is he the son of Glen. Mr Murphy was also one of the Producers of the movie and I'm sure his time, money and effort could have been spent on a movie worthy of his talent. It would seem from a previous reviewer that this movie has been released on DVD save your money.


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