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44 Inch Chest is a 2009 British film starring Ray Winstone, John Hurt, Tom Wilkinson and Ian McShane. The script was written by Louis Mellis and David Scinto, who wrote another British gangster drama Sexy Beast, and produced by Richard Brown and Steve Golin (Babel, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind). It is the debut feature from British commercial director and photographer Malcolm Venville. The cinematography is by Daniel Landin. The score is a collaboration between Angelo Badalamenti and Massive Attack. Colin Diamond (Winstone) is a successful car salesman who, after discovering his wife Liz is having an affair, has an emotional breakdown. His friends convince him to kidnap his wife's lover and then encourage him to torture and kill him. Diamond's partners in crime are suave homosexual gambler Meredith (McShane), crotchety and bigoted Old Man Peanut (Hurt), the down to earth Archie (Wilkinson) and the combustible Mal (Dillane), who by turns encourage Colin's lust for revenge and...
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