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The Sweeney delivers new trailer

TheSweeneyFilm.jpgThere's a brand new trailer for The Sweeney, the film version by Nick Love of the well loved seventies British television series starring Ray Winstone, Damian Lewis, Hayley Atwell, Steven Mackintosh and Ben Drew.

The cast has been looking good, and while I might not be the biggest fan of Nick Love and his choice of actors, everything about The Sweeney has been looking interesting. This new trailer delivers what to expect from the film.

Nick Love has previously directed films like The Football Factory, The Business, Outlaw (Filmstalker review) and The Farm, and his latest The Sweeney has similar trademarks from his previous films but a stronger cast and the new trailer does look pretty good.

I'm not convinced about Ben Drew, there are moments where he seems a little stilted and acting the part he's acting, if you know what I mean, but then there are others where he feels like he's right there in the film. The others, well they need no mention as they seem natural throughout.

Here's the new trailer for The Sweeney which follows a specialist team in the Metropolitan Police who target the higher end, organised armed gangs.

What do you think? I'm on board for the release in September that's for sure.



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