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Brighton Rock: Double Play (Includes Blu-Ray and DVD Copy)
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    The year is 1964. The place is Brighton. A once idyllic seaside town suddenly plagued by gangs of sharp suited Mods and greasy Rockers looking for a riot. Amongst the chaos lurks top Mod, infamous hoodlum and aspiring gangster Pinkie Brown. Ruthless, ambitious and horrifically sadistic, Pinkie will stop at nothing in his violent quest to make a name for himself within the criminal underworld. But when a cold bloodied killing links him to a shy waitress named Rose, he uses seduction to secure her silence. Can Rose be saved in time from her blind devotion or will Pinkie drag her further into a world of death and damnation?

    Based upon the classic novel by Graham Greene, Brighton Rock is a gripping, razor edged thriller steeped in menace and an unforgettable story. The directorial debut of screenwriter Rowan Joffe (The American, 28 Weeks Later), Brighton Rock features two generations of Britain’s greatest acting talent including Sam Riley (Control), Andrea Riseborough (Never Let Me Go), Helen Mirren (The Queen) and John Hurt (The Elephant Man).

    Special Features:

    • Commentary with Director Rowan Joffe and Editor Joe Walker
    • Cast and Crew Interviews
    • Mod or Rocker Featurette
    • Anatomy of a Scene - The Making of the Record
    • Reflections on the Boulting’s Brighton Rock
    • Alternative Opening Sequence Storyboard
    • Mods and Rockers (1964) - short film Directed by Kenneth Hume
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    15
    Actor:
    Sam Riley, John Hurt, Andy Serkis, Helen Mirren
    Director:
    Rowan Joffe
    Region:
    B
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    StudioCanal

Brighton Rock: Double Play (Includes Blu-Ray and DVD Copy)

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  • Description

    The year is 1964. The place is Brighton. A once idyllic seaside town suddenly plagued by gangs of sharp suited Mods and greasy Rockers looking for a riot. Amongst the chaos lurks top Mod, infamous hoodlum and aspiring gangster Pinkie Brown. Ruthless, ambitious and horrifically sadistic, Pinkie will stop at nothing in his violent quest to make a name for himself within the criminal underworld. But when a cold bloodied killing links him to a shy waitress named Rose, he uses seduction to secure her silence. Can Rose be saved in time from her blind devotion or will Pinkie drag her further into a world of death and damnation?

    Based upon the classic novel by Graham Greene, Brighton Rock is a gripping, razor edged thriller steeped in menace and an unforgettable story. The directorial debut of screenwriter Rowan Joffe (The American, 28 Weeks Later), Brighton Rock features two generations of Britain’s greatest acting talent including Sam Riley (Control), Andrea Riseborough (Never Let Me Go), Helen Mirren (The Queen) and John Hurt (The Elephant Man).

    Special Features:

    • Commentary with Director Rowan Joffe and Editor Joe Walker
    • Cast and Crew Interviews
    • Mod or Rocker Featurette
    • Anatomy of a Scene - The Making of the Record
    • Reflections on the Boulting’s Brighton Rock
    • Alternative Opening Sequence Storyboard
    • Mods and Rockers (1964) - short film Directed by Kenneth Hume
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    15
    Actor:
    Sam Riley, John Hurt, Andy Serkis, Helen Mirren
    Director:
    Rowan Joffe
    Region:
    B
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    StudioCanal
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