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|Brighton, 1964. Organised crime has moved into this sleepy English seaside town. Ambitious young gangster Pinkie Brown (Controls Sam Riley), is determined to stop other gangs taking over his patch, but when he kills a rival, vital evidence falls into the innocent hands of an impressionable young waitress, Rose (Andrea Riseborough, Made in Dagenham and Never Let Me Go). Pinkie romances Rose to stop her talking, but her employer Ida (Academy Award-winner Helen Mirren, The Queen) is suspicious of their relationship. A year before the abolition of the death penalty, can Pinkie trust Rose not to betray him and can Rose trust Pinkie not to make her his next victim? Or will the distrustful Ida win out?|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||118537407|
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|Main Audio Type||Dolby Digital|
|Product Release Date||17/08/2011|
|Theatrical Release Year||2010|
|Tag Line||Love. Murder. Revenge.|
|Actors||SEAN Harris, Philip Davis, Sam Riley, Andrea Riseborough, Andy Serkis, Adrian Schiller, Steven Robertson, Kenneth Collard, Helen Mirren, John Warman, Dennis Banks, John Hurt, Nonso Anozie, Maurice Roeves, Steve Evets|
|Rating Info||Strong Coarse Language and Violence|
|Number of Discs||2|
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Excellent portrayal 60s crime genre
Very dark and of the early 60s crime and dismal genre. The entertainment factor is hampered by fear of poking one’s toe in the murk of the whole darkness/Catholicism Graham Greene almost Thomas Hardy dragging down of the spirit. The one character, Rose is very Pollyanna but the end of the film leaves you wondering if it was denial or mental inability to be rational. Helen Mirren is her usual Agrade acting self. Several other underworld characters with duality of purpose provide interest. It is not a put your feet up. Milk and cookies film it is a Grahame Greene fades to black .
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