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Will Poulter and Ed Speleers get into credit-card fraud. Onscreen, that is.

24 March 2014  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  

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Generally speaking, one doesn't look to British films for glamour. Old-school class, perhaps. Grit and grime, sure. But Plastic is attempting to add a little more of the sort of sun-soaked, high-living style we associate with our US cousins to this crime thriller, so you might want to don sunglasses before you check out this trailer.


The film sees Ed Speleers' Sam and Will Poulter's Fordy running a credit card scam, along with mates Yatesey (Alfie Allen) and Sebastian De Souza's Rafa. But wouldn't you know it, they get on the wrong side of the wrong man (Thomas Kretschmann) and find themselves forced to come up with a lot of money very fast. We suspect that the presence of Emma Rigby's Frankie in their corner will help, from the looks of this trailer, but we'll have to wait and see on that score.

Also starring Graham McTavish and directed by Julian Gilbey, who previously made A Lonely Place To Die and Rise Of The Footsoldier, Plastic will be out in the UK on May 2.


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