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Dead Man Running is a film about a loan shark gives ex-con Nick a period of 24 hours in order to pay back the money he owes. Up against it, Nick involves his best mate on a multi-part mission in order to raise the cash before it's too late for them both.
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The Trench (1999) is a riveting war time drama, set in France during the First World War, where a group of young soldiers explore the emotions and experiences of their lives and war. As they face the German bombardment, the film depicts the different personalities of young men facing similar circumstances in the midst of death and war. Danny Dyer plays Victor Dell, who along with his band of brothers, try to make some sense of the carnage and destruction prior to the Battle of Somme.
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Goodbye Charlie Bright (2001) is another film on British youth and their lives plagued with drugs, sex and crime. Danny Dyers plays the part of Francis, a scorned young man who lands in hospital after a run in with his girlfriend's other love interest. His injuries spurs on his friends to seek revenge with a gun that they stole and the weapon proves to be both a source of interest and preoccupation as it leads the young men further into violence and crime.
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Borstal Boy (2002) is based on the life of Brendan Behan, a sixteen year old IRA recruiter who is captured by British police before a bombing. Sentenced to an English reform school, Behan meets a number of characters, who he believed to be the enemy yet shares so much in common with him. Danny Dyer plays the part of Charlie, a homosexual troubled boy, who focuses his affection on the homophobic Behan. With time, their initially tumultuous interaction develops into a friendship and Dyer as the supporting actor, plays an integral part in Behan's life as they grow up within the confines of the reform school.
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The Business (2005) is an enthralling gangster film, depicting the life of a young man from a working class background who's existence in a dull, urban setting is transformed almost overnight when he meets with a fugitive in Spain. Danny Dyer plays the part of Frankie who rises up the ranks to become partner in a lucrative drug smuggling operation in Costa del Sol which comes to an abrupt end when the boys in blue intervene. Betrayal, jealousy and rivalry for the central femme fatale character eventually sees the characters go off in separate directions, escaping the grasp of the authorities and continuing their separate lives empty handed.
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A shocking film that has received widespread criticism from both film critics and the public alike, The Great Ecstasy of Robert Carmichael (2005) is not for the sensitive viewer. Revolving around the lives of a few troubled teens who partake in drugs and violence to escape their boring existence, this film has references to the war in Iraq as these disturbed boys perpetrate horrific acts. Danny Dyer plays the part of a sadistic drug dealer who introduces the boys to a world of drugs and violent crime. Two brutal gang rape scenes may be extremely disturbing although it attempts to link the atrocities with those being committed on the battlefield of Iraq.
The Other Half (2005) is a romantic comedy about a young couple on their honeymoon during Euro 2004. Danny Dyer plays the soccer crazed husband who takes his bride to Portugal for their honeymoon only to reveal that he has bought a ticket for every football match. His wife starts questioning his motives to come to Portugal and Dyer gives a comical performance as he is tries to pacify his new bride while controlling his die-hard soccer fan urges.
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Severance (2006) is a murder thriller set in mountainous forests of Hungary and revolves around the team building trip of a group of employees. A masked murderer, horror stories about the true origins of a dilapidated mountain lodge and stranded characters makes for interesting tale of murder and suspense. Danny Dyer plays the hero who battles to stay alive while fighting off a psychopathic killer in this slasher style flick. Isolated from civilization, the group is picked off one by one and typical of this genre, just when you think the baddie is dead, there is a twist to the storyline.
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In The All Together (2007), Danny Dyer plays the part of Dennis, a Brit gangster chaperoning an American thug when they mistakenly end up in a hostage situation. The film is a crime comedy, mixing an array of characters in a strange twist involving a flat sale, a few estate agents, an irate gangster suffering with food poisoning and two Jehovah's Witnesses thrown in for further comic relief. While the film was not well received by critics, Dyer was at his best in the role of a trigger-happy gangster.
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City Rats (2008) is a look at the life of a group of Londoners, initially strangers, but with links to each other that is not obvious at the outset. Here Danny Dyer portrays an ex-con battling to come to terms with his past until he meets the mother of an old acquaintance seeking revenge. Other characters in story include a sadistic wife beater, crippled prostitute, obsessed artist, and an autistic virgin and his brother. Each character pursues their own storyline while the extent to which their lives are intertwined is gradually revealed throughout the movie to climax at the end.
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Jack Said (2009) is the prequel to Jack Says (2008) and revolves around the life of an undercover cop who befriends gang member Nathan, played by Danny Dyer, and their friendship creates a conflict between duty and loyalty. Dyer's portrayal of the character is brilliantly executed as he depicts multiple roles ranging from a tough gang member, loving brother and loyal friend to a man bent on bringing down the gang.
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