081: Layer Cake 2004 (dir. Matthew Vaughn) Rated 15 | Sunday DVD Rental Suggestion Podcast (SDRSP)

Masterpiece: Britain’s criminal underworld, bent coppers and Eastern European drugs lords descend on London with their schemes and rivalries. An anonymous small time drug dealer believes that he has cleaned enough of his ill gotten gains to leave the criminal…

081: Layer Cake 2004 (dir. Matthew Vaughn) Rated 15 | Sunday DVD Rental Suggestion Podcast (SDRSP)

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Masterpiece: Britain’s criminal underworld, bent coppers and Eastern European drugs lords descend on London with their schemes and rivalries.

An anonymous small time drug dealer believes that he has cleaned enough of his ill gotten gains to leave the criminal underworld behind a strike out on his own. This however is a wish that is going to be easier for him to contemplate than put in to action as he realises that his place in the layer cake is further from the cherry on top than he thinks.

An unnamed mid-level cocaine dealer (Daniel Craig) in London makes plans to step away from the criminal life. Before he can cut ties, the dealer’s supplier Jimmy Price (Kenneth Cranham) draws him into a complicated pair of jobs involving kidnapping the teenage daughter of a rival gangster (Michael Gambon) and brokering the purchase of a large shipment of ecstasy pills from a dealer known as “the Duke” (Jamie Foreman), leading to a series of elaborate double-crosses from all corners.

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The Montage Film Reviews Sunday DVD Rental Suggestion Podcast (SDRSP) is an audio podcast, that began life in 2010 running for the first Sunday in September to the last Sunday in May. Subsequently, there is no set schedule as posting is dependent on availability. However, any new episodes are always released on a Sunday.

SDRSP is designed to help you discover the best movies to rent whatever your genre preference. Therefore, if it is listed in this feed it is way above average. Those titles considered to be exceptional are highlighted as masterpieces. The overall focus of Montage Film Reviews is literature, animation, world cinema, TV and vintage. Vintage is defined as anything prior to 1980 and world cinema is defined as non-English language.

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