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Double-bill of underworld dramas. In 'Bronson' (2009), Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn paints a brutally violent portrait of Britain's most notorious prisoner, Charles Bronson (born Michael Peterson and later re-named by his fight promoter) - who has spent 34 year of his life in prison, and 28 of those in solitary confinement. As a teenager in the early 1970s, Bronson is jailed for seven years after robbing a post office. During his sentence he becomes increasingly violent and re-styles himself as a hardened criminal, convinced that his new persona will bring him the notoriety and fame he craves.
The Krays (1990) charts the story of the infamous Kray twins, Ronnie and Reggie (Gary and Martin Kemp), notorious in Britain for their crimes as controlling gangsters of London's East End in the 1960s. The film begins with their childhood, charting their rise to power through the 1950s, and watching as their unnaturally close relationship crumbles alongside their criminal empire. Contains 2 discs. Cert 18.