Set in 1980's Spain, Frankie is on the run from the high-rise's of South London to a new life in Malaga with nothing but a tin stuffed full of cash. Having no idea that this delivery of cash to super-suave playboy and ex-con Charlie will change his life forever, Frankie soon becomes one of the gang, and finds himself drawn into a flamboyant and violent world of organized crime.
It's awful shite, but there's something about Nick Love/Danny Dyer/Tamar Hassan that marks a particular point in 2000s British exploitation cinema, the glamour of football hooliganism and organised crime, replaced in our post-recession times with the much grittier urban youth gang movie. It's part of our film heritage now, and I feel some affection for it.
Standard Nick Love/Danny Dyer flick.
Quite an interesting film, one that didn't make a lot of sense. It's an hour and a half of grotesque levels of swearing, ridiculous violence, and crap story.
I like a good expletive now and again, I swear quite a bit myself, but never before have I been made so uncomfortable by the use of a four letter c-word (and I'm not talking about 'crap').
Somewhat funny in places, but is essentially a really really bad film adaption of GTA Vice City set in Spain and with Danny Dyer with none of the style or coolness that the game possessed.
Overall: If you want a throwaway film to watch one night for a bit of a laugh when you're drunk with your mates then this is for you. But if you want something remotely enticing or coherent, look elsewhere.
Another film in which Danny Dyer plays himself.
Excellent film, great soundtrack
Awesome movie, great story line and I think captures the ex-British now Malaga-based gangster very well.