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All Things To All Men Trailer Shoots In
Also known as Stephens, Sewell and Byrne

19 February 2013  |  Written by Ali Plumb  

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Much like London buses, London crime thrillers feel like they come in threes: first The Sweeney, then the upcoming Welcome To The Punch and just after that All Things To All Men, the trailer for which you can check out right here.


Starring more than a few your-favourite-guy-from-that-things - take a bow Toby Stephens, Rufus Sewell and Gabriel Byrne - and written and directed by the up-and-coming George Isaac (the producer of Kidulthood and Adulthood), it's a damn fine-looking piece of work, and if the twisty-turny plot holds up we could well be onto a winner here. 

As for that twisty-turny plot, here's a little outline for you: Stephens plays Riley, a professional thief who's hired to pull off "the ultimate sting" only to find himself caught between maverick cop Parker (Sewell) and crime lord Corso (Byrne). With Parker determined to bring down Corso, the sting going wrong and the stakes getting ever higher, we're guessing that Riley's in for a bad time.

With additional acting talents coming in the form of Elsa Pataky, James Frain, Julian Sands and Leo Gregory, All Things To All Men is out on April 5.

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