Follows what happens when two criminals hold up a bar to steal the contents of a safe, but have to wait 4 hours to get the code.

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(as Andre Rettedal)

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(as Andre Rettedal)
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Cast

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Tung
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Bob
Alexandra Harris ...
Charleene (as Alexandra B. Harris)
Paul Bibb ...
Capone
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Darlito Amante Jr. ...
Gus Friend #1
Wkd Axe ...
Fisher
Jamie Bannerman ...
Gus
Sabrina Chiemeka ...
Det. Brigette Morgan
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Biker
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Roger
Adrian Rose ...
Selwyn
Bruce Wang ...
Hue
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Storyline

Unhinged gangster Capone walks into a bar with accomplice Tung with the plan of stealing the contents of the safe. Things get complicated when they have to wait four hours to get the code to the safe. For Capone it's a job, for Tung it's a lifeline. To ensure that they get the code, Capone and Tung hold feisty barmaid Charleene and lovable loser Bob hostage. Will Capone and Tung get the contents of the safe? Will Bob and Charleene get out of this alive? Written by Denton Distribution

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Taglines:

Fuck Up And Get Fucked

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Drama

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14 November 2011 (UK)  »

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Budget:

£3,000 (estimated)
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Definitely worth a watch.
16 January 2012 | by (London) – See all my reviews

The film is very typical gangster movie. Not a lot of action - but to be honest, the very good looking barmaid makes up for it. Lead actor is great. Doesn't seem like he has done much, but he really pulled out a great performance. Sometimes he did seem over the top but he always portrayed the character he was. After watching the trailer on YouTube I thought I would buy it. It wasn't one of those things I did a lot, however it was an impulse buy, would you say. I was pleasantly surprised. It wasn't like most of the rubbish showed on British TV. It had it's own snaz about it. I guess after reading it up a bit, a lot of the reason I chose to watch it was the fact that the director was a 19 year old land from Norway. Great job! For a first feature film? You cannot fault him. However, with a better script and more money, it seems this director has a lot to offer. All in all, the action was OK, the story was predictable but the passion in the film was what made it.


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