Wednesday night the cast and crew of ‘The Rise and Fall of a White Collar Hooligan’ along with a host of celebrity guests brought a touch of glamour to the heart of London’s filmland for an exclusive special screening of the film ahead of the theatrical release this Friday 22nd June and the DVD release on 2nd July. Take a look at some of the photos below along with the new TV trailer spot.
Unemployed and desperately seeking work, Mike Jacobs bumps into an old friend, Eddie Hill, during a post-match riot and arranges to hook up for a drink later that evening. Fortuitously, Ed’s got a business opportunity for Mike – working as a courier, cash-in-hand, no questions asked. Concerned that he might be getting involved in drug dealing, Mike’s somewhat relieved to learn that Ed’s scam involves credit card fraud and the only victims as far as they are concerned are the banks. What Mike doesn’t know is Ed is in the pocket of notorious London gangster whose choice of crime may have changed but whose methods certainly haven’t. Seduced by the money, drugs women and new life his new career delivers, Mike ignores the warning signs and, with circumstances spiralling way out of control, is eventually forced to make a life-changing decision, the repercussions of which will affect everyone close to him.
Written and directed by Paul Tanter (creator of “Jack Says” trilogy), produced by Jonathan Sothcott (Elfie Hopkins; Devil’s Playground) and starring Nick Nevern (Demons Never Die; Terry), Ricci Harnett (Rise Of The Footsoldier; 28 Days Later) and Simon Phillips (Airborne).
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