Charles Willis is what appears to be a successful, hardworking defence lawyer, loving husband and father. However, there is another side to Charles that only a select few know about. He is ...
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Charles Willis is what appears to be a successful, hardworking defence lawyer, loving husband and father. However, there is another side to Charles that only a select few know about. He is part of a major European drugs distribution chain. He spends a lot of his time and money on high class escort girls and frequenting high end gentleman's clubs, drinking expensive beers and champagne. Charles likes to give the impression that he has a lot of power and money, however after the murder of one of his couriers he has to recruit a new one. Charles brings in 2 brothers who he has represented in the past. One of the brothers does not stick to the rules laid down by the drug distribution network and all too quickly Charles realises that he was just a small cog in the large wheel of organised crime.Written by
Appeared in the 17th episode of the Achievement Hunter Production, "Theatre Mode." See more »
00:14:47 -00:14:50 When H first appears in the film to answer the phone to Charles, there is a woman across the parking lot from him looking directly at the camera. See more »
9/10 for this micro budget Indie film!
I watched this movie with my husband the other day after a friend recommended we watch it. We thought we'd give it 10 minutes but ended up watching all of it! I wasn't expecting much of the film because it was a micro budget British crime drama, but I really enjoyed it. It is a refreshing change to see a British crime drama that isn't full of the same old cockney actors playing the same old cockney gangster characters.
It has a really good story and it is well acted. I liked the main characters and thought that the actors portrayed them really well. Me and my husband was surprised by the film. Would definitely recommend watching it.
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