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Rise Of The FootsoldierRise of the Footsoldier is based on the shocking true story of one man';;s rise to power as one of the most feared and respected criminals in the country. This films follows the inexorable rise of Carlton Leach from one of the most feared generals of the football terraces to becoming a member of a notorious gang of criminals who rampaged their way through London and Essex in the late eighties and early nineties. Everyone knew him, everyone feared him. In a place where violence is business and crime a way of life, Carlton Leach was a legend. But in the battle to be on top, every victory has its price.
Actors of "Rise Of The Footsoldier"Dave LegenoBirthdate: 12 October 1963, Marylebone, St. Marylebone [now City of Westminster], London, England, UKMore actors
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Directors of "Rise Of The Footsoldier"Julian Gilbey
Creators of "Rise Of The Footsoldier"Julian GilbeyWill GilbeyBirthdate: 18 July 1979, England, UK
Critic Reviews of "Rise Of The Footsoldier"Time OutSeptember 07, 2007
The direction smacks of sadism, especially the obvious glee Gilbey gets from filming violent scenes in close-up and, in the case of the bloody shotgun-to-the-face denouement, in triplicate.Film4September 07, 2007
Ugly.Daily Mirror (UK)September 07, 2007
Fans of British geezer films would be better off checking out I.D. - this is best enjoyed after a night at the pub on DVD.BBC.comSeptember 07, 2007
Footsoldier doesn't so much pack a punch as leave you feeling violated and more importantly, robs you of two hours of your life you won't get back.Total FilmSeptember 07, 2007
The filmmakers' wide-eyed attempt to turn Leach into a living legend will probably rattle Daily Mail readers' cages; everyone else may find its stonking hard-on for real-life hard men slightly ludicrous.One People's ProjectSeptember 07, 2007
Gore-flecked rucks and bruising rumbles are the order of the day in this unflinching portrait of a demi-monde your really rather wish would stay that way.Empire MagazineSeptember 07, 2007
A peculiar but decidedly ordinary addition to the British thug genre.
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