The Brighton Mob is a tense and twisting crime thriller in the style of The Usual Suspects and Reservoir Dogs, set in a world where no one is who they seem to be.

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Ray D. James ...
Max Caul / Ryan Cohen
Max Day ...
Guy Sabo
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Georgia Bone ...
Max's Girlfriend
Steve Dann ...
Blondie
Max Denyer ...
Cressy
Stephen Forrest ...
Edwards
David Fricker ...
Dave (as Dave Fricker)
Stefan Holland ...
Gunman
Kieron James ...
Atkins
Ray James ...
Ryan / Max
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Lisa
Nicholas Moon ...
Simmons
James Moy ...
Gravedigger
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Attacker
Philip Poole ...
Leighton
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Ryan is a well-intentioned, but troubled young police officer, just out of training. Senior officer, DCI Guy Sabo, singles Ryan out as a perfect candidate for undercover police work and sets about training him in the art of deception, how to immerse himself in the criminal underworld, and how to become someone else entirely. Ryan transforms into Max, a young criminal with a force-ten temper and soon finds himself crossing the line in order to infiltrate a notorious gang of bank robbers, headed by the enigmatic and elusive master-thief known only as 'the Monopoly Man'. Ryan, as Max, struggles with his own identity and just as he comes to realise his own trappings and tries to restore his former life, he is drawn closer to the gang. He crosses the point of no return when he takes part in their biggest heist yet. The whole gang are caught and locked in a cell together. Max must survive the next hour trapped in the cell with the rest of the gang, whom are now all certain that someone ... Written by Jump Start Productions

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good home grown movie
16 October 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Isaw this movie last night, it's a bit of a slow starter by any standards but the pace picks up nicely if your prepared to wait it out. The acting is very good especially by Ray D James who plays Max/Ryan known for City of Dreams [2011] and Confession [2011] Clever directing from Christian J Hearn fairly new to directing films I believe, the film shows the gritty side of criminals and what can happen if you get caught and nothing is as it seems. I don't intend to spoil the film by saying how it ends but it ends in an unexpected twist, nice to see the produces filmed in and around Brighton hence good homegrown. Loved the film but now I know how it ends may not watch it again at least for some time.


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