The Rise and Fall of a White Collar Hooligan (18)
Paul Tanter's drama of criminal opportunism recounts the true(ish) story of a football yob who gets a shot at the big time.
Nick Nevern plays the titular London hooligan recruited by a gang of credit-card fraudsters and launched on a journey through birds, drugs, cash – and prison.
It's your basic chronicle of wrongdoing, unrelieved by wit or excitement, though Simon Phillips as the gang "supervisor" offers some charismatic unpleasantness.
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