Ray is an armed robber and a face which is slang for a known villian.
He and his team of armed robbers carry out a daring raid on a money depository which should leave them well in the black,only trouble is their isnt enough money to go round and one of the gang is starting to get greedy.
What makes this film rise above the norm is the cast,Robert Carlyle is first rate as Dave a man with a troubled past who is desperate to free him self from a life of crime.
Ray Winstone is great also as Dave a family man who wants out as well but for his own reasons .
Stevie is Rays friend and again Steven Waddington excells inthe role.
But for my money its Phil Davis as Julian who steals the film .
One minute he is going crazy with a shotgun the next cradling his son in his arms its a performance that stays the right side of parody thanks to Davis making Julian a human being as well as a nutcase.
Damon Albarn turns up and is ok ,but the robbery itself and a street gunbattle are deftly handled so that outweighs his rather soggy performance.
An excellent and one well worth seeking out if you have had enough of cliched gangster movies.
a cool mini heat style shootout in east london, and a ludicrous police
station heist. Bit uneven, moving from serious to silly throughout, still
watchable though, very 90's soundtrack and atmos.
Carlyle and Winstone and others are armed robbers and they rob this place and end up steeling 367 thousand pounds but once they've got the money and gone seperate ways someone is going around killing and stealing the money back but they dont know who it is and make some horrible discoverys!
Its a good movie but weird and seems a tad pointless but i guess worth a watch!