Another smart-alec British crime thriller is on its way to a cinema near you
Stop us if you've heard this one before, but Get Lucky is a gritty British crime thriller. Yeah, you know the type, and you'd be right given that it's been co-produced by the team behind Matthew Vaughn's Layer Cake. Get Lucky has been directed by Sacha Bennett, who can list Bonded by Blood, Outside Bet and Tu£sday among his credits, with Walter Taylaur and T.J. Ramini making their screenwriting debuts - the latter also stars in the film.
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Lucky and Raphael are two brothers with a habit of organised crime. However, that kind of a lifestyle can put you in some serious danger as the pair are about to find out when they land themselves with a debt of £200,000 to big-time gangsters Sebastian and Mr. Kramer. Lucky has only just returned home from a long vacation but, given that he is the best getaway driver, he is roped into a major heist on a secret casino owned by Mr. Zigic. Along the way, Lucky is side-tracked by Bridgett, a beautiful seductress who is not all she appears to be and he soon finds his namesake rendered laughable. Can he live up to what he is known for an escape his predicament while successfully paying off his brother's adversaries?
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