WHO’S IN IT?
Sam Rockwell (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri), Ben Schwartz (The Walk), Phoebe Fox (Eye in the Sky), Amanda Donohoe (The Madness of King George), Simon Callow (Shakespeare in Love), Peter Ferdinando (High-Rise), Al Weaver (Marie Antoinette), Peter Polycarpou (O Jerusalem), Frances Barber (Giorgino)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Hadi Hajaig (Cleanskin), director, writer, producer, editor; Tom Lassally (Edge of Tomorrow), producer; Simon Lambros (The Late Twentieth), composer; Ian Howes (Wickham Road), cinematographer; Pierre Haberer (Puritan), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Eddie (Rockwell) and Paul (Schwartz) are two low-life criminals working at a New York diner, where they are approached by British lawyer Katherine (Fox) who offers them a job in London where they must intercept a valuable package in transit, which brings them to the attention of psychotic local gangsters Bradshaw (Ferdinando) and Arkady (Polycarpou). When the brothers later catch wind that the gangsters are plotting to steal a rare blue diamond called the Blue Iguana, they decide to stick around and try to nab it for themselves…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Sam Rockwell, fresh off his Oscar win for his brilliant turn in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, is back to making the kind of hardcore dark comedies he’s more known for, and he’s never been more comfortable in his post-Oscar life.