- SKU: 18981748
- Release Date: 02/02/2011
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- Audio commentary with director Paul W.S. Anderson and producer Jeremy Bolt
- Featurette with Paul W.S. Anderson and Jeremy Bolt
- EPK featuring interviews with Jude Law, Sadie Frost, and Paul W.S. Anderson
- Theatrical trailer
Though not as successful as Trainspotting (1996) or Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998), this high-energy, kinetic crime thriller belongs in the same British New Wave category as those later films. In a decaying British city of the near future, Billy (Jude Law) is an ex-con adrenaline junkie dating a Belfast native, the thrill-seeking Jo (Sadie Frost). Billy and Jo are the leaders of a teen gang of "ram-raiders," car thieves who jack an automobile, ram the vehicle through the front of a store, and steal whatever booty they can carry before the authorities arrive. A typical ram raid ends up in a high-speed pursuit by the police, which is all a part of the game for Billy, Jo, and their followers. However, a local drug lord, Tommy (Sean Pertwee) doesn't like the teen crooks infringing on his business. His opposition to their scheming leads to a deadly car race that plays out like a game of post-modern "chicken." Following the release of Shopping (1994), writer-director Paul Anderson went in a different direction than contemporaries Guy Ritchie and Danny Boyle, opting to create slick Hollywood science fiction films such as Mortal Kombat (1995), Event Horizon (1996), and Soldier (1998). ~ Karl Williams, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Sadie Frost - Jo
- Jude Law - Billy
- Sean Pertwee - Tommy
- Jonathan Pryce - Conway
- Sean Bean - Venning