Sam and Fordy are young students who think of themselves as entrepreneurs in the business of credit card fraud. They and their friends are making a lot of money already, but it's a stressful business - they introduce glamorous new recruit Frankie into the group; a data processor for a credit card company who could prove to have the inside knowledge needed to make their money making schemes a hell of a lot simpler. They go oversees to scam some of the world's biggest billionaires, but it isn't long before one 'victim' catches up with them. An infamous gangster named Marcel finds them and threatens to kill them if they do not pay him a debt of $2 million in two weeks. Their lives now hanging in the balance, the group need to a license to print money if they want to make it - unless they can pull of a major jewel heist between them. However, with a potential fortune to be made, will their greed overcome their friendships?
'Plastic' is a crime drama based on a remarkable true story. It has been directed by Julian Gilbey ('A Lonely Place to Die', 'Rise of the Footsoldier') who co-wrote the screenplay alongside Will Gilbey ('Doghouse', 'Just for the Record') and Chris Howard (producer of 'Get Lucky'). It is scheduled for UK release on May 2nd 2014.
Amelle Berrabah - Amelle Berrabah and a male companion leaving Nobu restaurant at 1.30am. Amelle was bought a rose by her male companion, which the pair took in turns to hold as they made their way from the venue to a waiting car, persued by a tramp. - London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 9th April 2013
Amelle Berrabah, Nelson Mandela and Sugababes - Amelle Berrabah of the Sugababes London, England - apperaring at the '46664' concert honouring Nelson Mandela's 90th birthday at Hyde Park Friday 27th June 2008