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Outlaw

Outlaw

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Director: Nick Love

Cast: Nick Love, Sean Bean, Bob Hoskins, Danny Dyer

     
 

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A handful of men find themselves forced to deal with acts of brutal violence in an increasingly lawless Britain in this hard-hitting crime thriller from writer and director Nick Love. Sgt. Danny Bryant (Sean Bean) comes home injured from a tour of duty in Iraq to find that things aren't what they once were -- a

Overview

A handful of men find themselves forced to deal with acts of brutal violence in an increasingly lawless Britain in this hard-hitting crime thriller from writer and director Nick Love. Sgt. Danny Bryant (Sean Bean) comes home injured from a tour of duty in Iraq to find that things aren't what they once were -- a gang of thugs has moved into the neighborhood, and his wife is sleeping with another man. Angry Gene Dekker (Danny Dyer) is roughed up by toughs on the day he's to be married, and rather than head out to the church, he sets out to get revenge on the men who beat him. Terence Manning (Rob Fry), a gangster who has been one of the leaders of London's underworld, is currently on trial, with lawyer Cedric Munroe (Lennie James) heading the prosecution's legal team. Manning's men attack both Munroe and his wife, and persuade Munroe's bodyguard Walter (Bob Hoskins) not to intervene. In time, the men set out to even the score against those who wronged them, though their contempt for the law puts them outside the lines of conventional justice. Outlaw also stars Sean Harris and Rupert Friend.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/09/2015
UPC:
8809276102867
Original Release:
2007
Source:
Imports
Sales rank:
88,357

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sean Bean Danny Bryant
Bob Hoskins Walter
Danny Dyer Gene Dekker
Rupert Friend Sandy Mardell
Lennie James Cedric Munroe
Sean Harris Simon Hillier
Sally Bretton Kelly
Rob Fry Terence Manning
Joe Jackson Subaru Kid
Dave Legeno Furlong
Igor Breakenback Subaru Kid
Andrew Parfitt Frank Lordish
James Farrell Subaru Kid
John Standing Capt. Mardel
Emily Maitlis Herself
Sonic Rainer Big Kid
Shane Reese Kid
Ethan Wilson Kid
Rory Pettyjohns Kid
Kate Lewington Bryant's Wife
Bashkim Latifi Wife's New Man
Georgina Bowman Radio Reporter
George Anton Grieves
Ryan Gage Manning's Lawer
Paul McNeilly Danny
Marc Highcazony Junction Attacker
Pascoe Willis Junction Attacker
Budgie Burgess Intruder
Olivia Lumley Lucy
Brian Morgan Surgeon
Daniel Naylor Bully in Pub
Simon Naylor Bully in Pub
Paul Stokes Bully in Pub
Larry David Preacher
Tom White Tommy White
Kirk "Sticky Fingaz" Jones Dealer
David Weare Dealer
Dominic Young Dealer
Andrew Clover David Lacombe
Daryn Soards Hawkes
Darrell M. Heath Shopkeeper
Rohan Siva Reporter
Mike Burnside Father Lee

Technical Credits
Nick Love Director,Screenwriter
Sophie Brice Makeup
James Clayton Executive Producer
Andrew Cox Costumes/Costume Designer
Gary Davy Casting
Guillaume De Challendar Executive Producer
Nick Dent Art Director
Polly Fryer Production Manager
Stuart Gazzard Editor
Lol Hammond Musical Direction/Supervision
François Ivernel Executive Producer
David Julyan Score Composer
Vickie Lang Makeup
Jamie MacDermott Asst. Director
Cameron Mccracken Executive Producer
Sam McCurdy Cinematographer
Rob Morgan Executive Producer
Angie Mudge Makeup
Allan Niblo Producer
Rupert Preston Executive Producer
James D. Richardson Producer
Alistair Vardy Special Effects Supervisor
Simon Willis Sound/Sound Designer
Marcus Wookey Production Designer

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Outlaw 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
the trailer as always to any movie looks somewhat interesting but sometimes over does it. when i saw it had sean bean in it i was glad since he is one of my favorite actors. the movie was okay and had its moments i suppose. everytime i see rupert friend i keep thinking of orlando bloom, i wonder why? this is the story of a returned army guy to his hometown that's changed where violence is still around. its nothing new really but the same kind of story to be honest. not one of his best films but an okay film. decide whether you want to see it or not.