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Watch Craig Fairbrass, Stephen Odubola and Jason Flemyng in the trailer for A Violent Man

A Violent Man is Ross McCall’s (White Collar, 24, Band of Brothers) directorial debut from his own script, and stars Craig Fairbrass (Villain, Muscle, The Rise of the Footsoldier franchise), Stephen Odubola (Blue Story), Jason Flemyng (Boiling Point, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels) and Zoe Tapper (Liar) – released in UK & Irish cinemas 4th February Vertigo Releasing.

Steve Mackleson (Fairbrass) is a violent and dangerous prisoner, incarcerated for double murder in a maximum security prison, and wracked with inner turmoil about his past sins and unquenchable need for carnage. When Marcus (Odubola) becomes his new cell mate, and a daughter he has never met finally requests a chance to meet her estranged father, Steve must reconsider his nihilistic outlook and brutal outbursts. When Marcus becomes the victim of a revenge attack, Steve steps in to save him and they both become marked men, their sentences set to be cut short, the hard way.

Fans of the legendary actor will not be disappointed by his latest performance as a hard-as-nails killer doing a 20-year-stretch for murder, in this uncompromising and impressive debut film. Bleak, brutal and brilliant, A VIOLENT MAN showcases a towering performance from Fairbrass, never better and riding high off acclaim from his recent string of well-reviewed thrillers including Villain and Muscle. The film sees Fairbrass teaming up again with the producers of Villain, who are also behind the upcoming film Boiling Point, starring Stephen Graham.

The film features an impressive supporting cast including Jason Flemyng and Stephen Odubola, who is outstanding as Fairbrass’ troubled cellmate Marcus. A VIOLENT MAN is a gritty portrayal of the harsh realities of prison life, with a brooding score by two-time BAFTA award-winning composer Austin Wintory. It’s punctuated by moments of electrifying and ferocious violence, including a couple of truly savage cell face-offs that are shockingly effective and not for the faint of heart.

A Violent Man hits UK cinemas on 4th February 2022.

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