The Brink's Job DVD

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The robbery nobody thought could happen by the guys nobody thought could pull it off.Peter Falk heads a charismatic cast in this stylish and witty account of the Great Brink's Robbery of 1950 one of the twentieth century's most skilful heists. Helmed by William Friedkin, the Oscar-winning director of The French Connection and The Exorcist, this Oscar-nominated film is made available here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, in its original theatrical aspect ratio.Hoping to break a run of back luck, small-time crook Tony Pino and his gang target... a Brink's armoured car and walk away with small fortune. When the raid goes unreported, Tony reconnoitres the firm's supposedly impregnable Boston headquarters and finds the level of security is risibly lax. He begins to plan something a little more impressive...SPECIAL FEATURES: Original Theatrical Trailer Image Gallery [show more]

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Released
07 March 2016
Directors
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Runtime
99 minutes 
Features
PAL 
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William Friedkin directs this American crime comedy about the Great Brink's Robbery of 1950. Hoping to make a name for himself, Boston thief Tony Pino (Peter Falk) attempts to rob the headquarters of Brink's security firm. Despite their inexperience in armed robbery, Tony and his ragtag bunch of criminals succeed in making away with an unprecedented 2.775 million dollars when they plunder the vaults of the famously impregnable building. Inevitably, however, their daring heist also attracts the unwanted attention of the Boston Police Department and the FBI.