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White Collar Hooligan (Germany Release)

White Collar Hooligan (Germany Release)

Released on 10 December 2012

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 12 years and over

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Hooligan centres on Mike (Nick Nevern); a man down on his luck and struggling to find a job, he lives for the weekend, losing himself in his love for football. Amidst escalating post-match rivalries, he crosses paths with his old friend Eddie (Simon Philips, who also serves as a producer on the film), and after the two catch-up, Eddie offers Mike a job as a delivery driver. It looks as if Mike's luck's about to change, allowing him to support long-suffering girlfriend Katie (Rita Ramnani) and give her the kind of lifestyle he's always craved. However, Eddie's business isn't all that it seems, and he has his own boss, Mr Robinson (Billy Murray) to answer to. Things quickly get complicated, and Mike soon finds himself drawn into a credit card cloning scam. Soon a firm fixture of Eddie's gang, along with fellow runners Topbeef (Peter Barrett), Dan (David Tremaine) and Jamie (Amed Hashimi), Mike becomes less and less concerned with the consequences of their crime and evermore seduced by the trappings of his newfound wealth. However, when the gang take a trip to Paris for a Final, and test out their operation on French soil, the price Mike ends up paying is higher than he expects.
  • Germany Released Blu-Ray
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certificate12 years and over
directorPaul Tanter
duration1 Hour and 21 minutes