Fresh out of prison, Pat Tate steps right back into his Essex nightclub business. Since he can't stop brooding about the man who had him put away, it's not long before he's off to Marbella to find Frank Harris and seek his revenge.
Greed, revenge and death all impact one another in this taught crime drama. Nothing is what is seems in this film written and produced by Maximiliano Hernández and directed by newcomer Jhosimar Vasquez.
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Although based on a real life person the movie is a work of fiction, and nothing in this film happened in real life See more »
When the scene where Pat Tate reverses a Jaguar XJ6 3.4 into a policeman in a police Rover SD1 2600S he damages both cars. The scene is set in the late 80s and the cars are period. But in the background is a red 2002 Land Rover Freelander. Also at the point of impact the Police Officer is not in the vehicle. See more »
The Old East End Tonight
by Mark Leen & Gary Driscoll
Performed by Gary Driscoll See more »
There's very few superlatives you can use for Craig Fairbrass portrayal of Pat Tate It's a huge shame this character can't have more outings with Fairbrass at the helm, ROTF3 is a fantastic addition to the franchise and as a huge fan of these movies I surely hope we get some more, I was very slightly disappointed that Ricci Harnett didn't make a surprise cameo as Carlton Leach but never the less this movie as just as good as I expected it to be. As I said if you are a fan of these movies then you will enjoy this prequel and afterwards no doubt the same as me you want to carry on the story with the first ROTF movie. Terrific performance and work from everyone involved Let's hope they make more this story must have more to tell after the events of ROTF2 My fingers are crossed
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