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The Bank Job

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The Bank Job

Release Date: February 28, 2008

Year    :   2008
Slogan    :   «The true story of a heist gone wrong... in all the right ways.»
Genres    :   Thriller, Crime, Drama
Production Companies    :   Omnilab Media, Mosaic Media Group, Relativity Media, Skyline (Baker St), Atlas Entertainment
Director    :   Roger Donaldson
Producers    :   Lucinda Syson, Charles Roven, Peter Block, Alan Glazer, Steve Chasman, Alex Gartner, Ryan Kavanaugh, George McIndoe, David Alper, Gary Hamilton, Christopher Mapp, Mairi Bett, Scott Fischer, Sasha Harris, Matthew Street, David Whealy, Luigi Desole, Pete Ford, Aaron Shuster, Natalia Pizzey, Giles Edleston, Kate Ringsell, Celia Barnett, Polly Jefferies, Daniel Budd, Hollie Foster, Tracey Taylor
Writers    :   Dick Clement, Ian La Frenais, Mark Thomas
RunTime    :   112 mins.
Budget    :   20000000
Revenue    :   64822796

Terry is a small-time car dealer trying to leave his shady past behind and start a family. Martine is a beautiful model from Terry's old neighbourhood who knows that Terry is no angel. When Martine proposes a foolproof plan to rob a bank, Terry recognises the danger but realises this may be the opportunity of a lifetime. As the resourceful band of thieves burrows its way into a safe-deposit vault at a Lloyds Bank, they quickly realise that, besides millions in riches, the boxes also contain secrets that implicate everyone from London's most notorious underworld gangsters to powerful government figures, and even the Royal Family. Although the heist makes headlines throughout Britain for several days, a government gag order eventually brings all reporting of the case to an immediate halt.




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