The Long Good Friday Blu Ray

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The Long Good Friday is heralded as one of the best British gangster films of all time, starring Academy Award nominee Bob Hoskins (Mona Lisa) in his career-making role as London crime boss Harold Shand and Academy Award winner Helen Mirren (The Queen) as his classy moll Victoria.Harold is enjoying the height of his power, and he is on the verge of a deal that which would make his current 'arrangements' small fry.But stronger forces than even he can control have moved in and taken over. Climaxing in one long bloody day of terror, an Easter Good Friday, he is to see... his empire begin to crack and crumble. [show more]

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Released
31 October 2011
Directors
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Format
Blu Ray 
Publisher
Optimum Home Entertainment 
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Runtime
114 minutes 
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Acclaimed gangster thriller starring Bob Hoskins as a top London crime boss whose attempts to launch a legitimate business enterprise are disrupted by a number of bombs from an unknown adversary. Harold Shand (Hoskins) is a gangster who has worked his way to the top with utter ruthlessness and a penchant for violence. Recognising that a more secure and prosperous future lies in moving to legal operations, he prepares to trade a life of crime for respectability through a plan to regenerate London's Docklands area. However, when unknown bombers begin targeting his properties and killing his associates, Shand only knows one response - violence. As he and his mistress, Victoria (Helen Mirren), try to hold his crumbling empire together, Shand finds himself facing the ironic prospect of all-out war just as he tries to convert to peace.

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