WHO’S IN IT?
Matthew Goode (A Single Man), Joely Richardson (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), Stephen Moyer (Quills), Clive Russell (Thor: The Dark World), Phil Daniels (Chicken Run), Larry Lamb (Deadlines), David Calder (Rush), Jack Doolan (Cemetery Junction), Sam Adewunmi (Dixi), Mark Harris (The Holding), Duncan Casey (Kenneth)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Ronnie Thompson (Tower Block), director, writer; Ray Bogdanovich (The Lost Generation) and Dean Lines (The Lost Generation), writers; Ben Jacques (ABCs of Death 2), producer; Paul Arnold (I Am Soldier) and Andrew Barnabas (The Guvnors), composers; Arthur Mulhern (Memoria), cinematographer; Emma Gaffney (Ghost Machine), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In April 2015, a small group of aging East End criminals – led by 76-year-old Brian Reader (Lamb) – pull off a daring heist of London’s Hatton Garden jewellery quarter, taking roughly £200 million worth in goods. But with everyone from Scotland Yard to the Hungarian mob coming after them, a clean escape begins to appear less and less likely…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Two years ago exactly, one of the biggest heists in English legal history occurred, and now there’s a thrilling movie that’s been made to cover the thieves’ exploits to mark the occasion.