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Adapted from Graham Greene's iconic 1939 novel, BRIGHTON ROCK charts the headlong fall of Pinkie, a razor-wielding disadvantaged teenager hell bent on clawing his way up through the ranks of organised crime.

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20 June 2011
Blu Ray 
Optimum Home Entertainment 
108 minutes 
Anamorphic, Colour, PAL, Widescreen 
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Please note this is a region B Blu-ray and will require a region B or region free Blu-ray player in order to play The year is 1964 The place is Brighton A once quiet seaside town is suddenly overrun by gangs of sharp suited Mods and greasy Rockers looking for a riot Amongst the chaos lurks top Mod and gangster Pinkie Brown Ruthless ambitious and horrifically violent Pinkie will stop at nothing in his brutal quest to make a name for himself within the criminal underworld But when a cold bloodied killing links him to a waitress named Rose he uses seduction to secure her silence Can Rose be saved in time from Pinkie or will he 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 The directorial debut of screenwriter Rowan Joffe (28 Weeks Later) Brighton Rock features two generations of Britain&39;s greatest acting talent including Sam Riley (Control) Andrea Riseborough (Never Let Me Go) Helen Mirren (The Queen) and John Hurt (The Elephant Man) Actors Sam Riley John Hurt Helen Mirren Andy Serkis Andrea Riseborough Sean Harris Steven Robertson Nonso Anozie Adrian Schiller Steve Evets John Warman Kenneth Collard Mark Cooper Harris Andrew Care & Andre HopleyDirector Rowan JoffeCertificate 15 years and overYear 2010Languages English

Rowan Joffe writes and directs this adaptation of Graham Greene's novel. Updating the story from its original 1930s setting to the mid-1960s world of mods and rockers, the film stars Sam Riley as Pinkie Brown, a teenage gangster who seduces and marries young waitress Rose (Andrea Riseborough) after she stumbles upon evidence of a revenge killing carried out by him and his gang. Helen Mirren, John Hurt and Pete Postlethwaite co-star.

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