The Rise Of The Krays ((LINK))
Follows the early years of two unknown 18 year old amateur boxers who quickly fought their way to becoming the most feared and respected villains in all of London. Told through the eyes of a close friend that survived them, we see them rise to infamy through drugs, sex and murder.
The Rise of the Krays
Ronnie and Reggie Kray are known around the globe for their misdeeds. They have been the subject of a number of movies and documentaries, all chronicling their rise and fall as The Firm. A two-part film, the first of which was released in 2015, is coming to small screens for fans to enjoy tonight, so who will play Ronnie and Reggie Kray?
This film shows the Kray twins in their rise to the gangster ranks from childhood to adulthood, focusing on their relationship with their mother, Violet Kray, played by Nicola Stapleton, as well as their fights against rival gangs.
The Rise of the Krays is a 2015 low-budget film about the Kray twins who terrorised London during the 1950s and 1960s. The film was funded by Terry Brown and David Sullivan and was in development before the production team learned of Legend, the blockbuster scheduled for release the same year.
Rise Of The Krays came out in 2015, and Fall Of The Krays followed one year later - the former depicting the rise to power of the Kray brothers back in the 1950s and 1960s, and the latter showing their downfall.
Not another Kay film, 50 years of fiction not facts. If the mafia wanted in on the casino scam they would of spoken to billy hill who had full control, the krays never had any real money from the scam. The krays were just newspaper gangsters. Billy hill was respected by the underworld and many went to him for advice, the krays just did not listen. I sat in bills flat with the krays many times they were just men never as smart as Billy. Perhaps the richardsons and Nash brothers should of joined forces ? H
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