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Brothers Lucky and Raphael have always lived on the wrong side of the law. When a "job" goes very wrong and Lucky finds himself in debt to local heavies, Sebastian and Kramer, he is forced to join his wayward brother on the biggest heist of their careers. While Raphael concocts a plan to rob the casino of the most powerful crime-lord in town, Mr Zigic, and enlists the help of Zigic's own unwitting nephew Niko and employee Eli, Lucky is distracted by the girl of his dreams, femme fatale Bridget, who may not be all that she seems. With betrayals and twists of fate, it seems everyone has an ulterior motive. The question is who can the brothers trust on the most important night of their lives? Written by
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Think about all the worst things to do when making a film and this does them all. Bad everything. Acting, directing, writing, plot, casting, editing, photography, the list is endless. Just astonishes me why people still make or are interested in watching cliché British gangster films. That ship sailed long long ago. And who would be stupid enough to put up the money to make this drivel? Please can we move on, and invest in good plausible stories. Doesn't have to be Jane Austen or a romantic comedy. Or cost an absolute fortune to make. They can be thrillers, crime stories, violent, whatever. Just as long as they are well made with a decent script. This film should be shown to aspiring film students as an example of how to get it totally wrong.
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