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dominic garvin almost 2 years ago
too much violence
Lee 6 years ago
Pop Paul almost 7 years ago
Tomas Einarsson almost 8 years ago
Danny Wearne almost 8 years ago
Christian Varga almost 8 years ago
Rise of the Footsoldier is a 2007 English crime film released on 7 September, 2007. It is the third film from BAFTA award winning director Julian Gilbey. It is a gangster film based on the true story of the Rettendon murders and the biography of Carlton Leach, a former football hooligan of the infamous Inter City Firm (ICF) who became a powerful figure of the English underworld. The film follows Carlton Leach from his younger days as a 'footsoldier' among the ranks of the ICF to membership of a notorious gang who rampaged their way through London and Essex in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The film focuses on three decades of his life, following him from football hooliganism through his burgeoning career as a nightclub bouncer and his involvement in the criminal aspects of the early 'rave' scene, until finally becoming one of the most feared criminals in the country. The story concludes with three members of his gang - Tony Tucker `38', Craig Rolfe `26' and Pat Tate `37' - being...
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