On the morning of 8th February 2000, Robert Stewart (Leeshon Alexander) was brought to a prison in Feltham. He was placed into a cell with Zahid Mubarek (Aymen Hamdouchi). Stewart, a troubled youth, has a history of violent abuse and arson attacks. He is imprisoned for vehicle offences and abusive letters. He also bears Klu Klux Klan tattoos across his body. In the cell, Mubarek becomes wary of the strange man he must now live with, requesting the chance to moves cells. The request is denied, leading to a sting of horrific events that soon follow.
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'The Guvnors' sees two generations of London gangs lock horns for supremacy. One is led by Rizzle Kick’s Harley Sylvester, a sly, confident young man with a unnerving scar on his cheek and a nonchalant brand of terror; the other is Mitch (Doug Allen), a now retired hooligan who gets dragged back into the old life when trouble brews in the capital.
Harley Sylvester leads a young gang in London
So it’s not the most original of premises; The Guvnors is a hybrid of British film’s most distinctive genres: football hooligan and gangster flick, made so lovingly quintessential to the nation by Guy Richie. But the British penchant for hardy criminals and violent support of the national game hasn’t always produced the finest quality cinema.
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Back in the 90s, a brutal South East London firm known as The Guvnors pretty much ruled their side of town. But now there's a new generation of ruthless street gangsters led by Adam (Harley Sylvester); a formidable and scarred leader whose not afraid to inflict violence on anybody. While Guvnors leader Mitch (Doug Allen) has, with a huge effort, left his past behind him in order to have a career and bring up his child, things get complicated when Adam wants to make sure that the Guvnors are longer a threat to his leadership. After a bitter altercation whereby Guvnor veteran Mickey Snr. (David Essex), gets the better of Adam, the youngsters decide to go after him and Mitch. However, just killing them in their homes will no doubt bring dishonour upon their firm, and so the two gangs face a savage face-off on the streets of London.
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Martin and Claudia are two lawyers who were formerly in a relationship. They are roped into a case together on the defense team of an alleged terrorist, following a tragic bombing in a London market one morning in November. It may be a difficult job to being with, but things don't get any easier when they covertly discover that their client was actually assigned as an undercover spy for MI5 and was supposed to lead them to the bombers before the attack. They soon begin to realise that their every move is being closely watched, and with threats on their life by some powerful people following their investigations and risky suggestions in court, they must escape the controlling force that is the government before they are eradicated - though it could be too late.
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