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Cass [Blu-ray] £4.85 delivered @ The Hut
Cass [Blu-ray] £4.85 delivered @ The Hut

Cass [Blu-ray] £4.85 delivered @ The Hut

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CASS is the incredible true story of one mans identity struggle and ultimate redemption. The film follows how a Jamaican orphan baby, adopted by an elderly white couple in 1950's London, changed from being the most feared hooligan in the country to Britains best selling black author. CASS grew up in a time before political correctness and as a young child, was forced to endure racist bullying on a daily basis. One fateful day the pent up years of anger surfaced in an explosive burst of violence and from then on, CASS decided he would never be bullied again. Through violence, CASS found the respect he had never had, but hed become addicted to the buzz of fighting and the power it ultimately gave him. As a boyhood fan of West Ham United, CASS rose through the ranks to become the leader of their hooligan gang, The Intercity Firm (The ICF). Being a six feet five black man in a predominantly white social sphere, CASS was an instantly recognisable target for his adversaries and the authorities. CASS was eventually given the first long term prison sentence for football related violence, when the Thatcher regime made it their main priority to rid the country of the English disease. After enduring years of racial abuse in childhood, CASS was again faced with the same problem, but now from an element of black prisoners who regarded him as a Choc-Ice (black on the outside, white on the inside). On his release, CASS fell in love with ELAINE and tried to change his life, but his violent past eventually caught up with him and he was shot three times at point blank range, as a result of a previous feud with an Arsenal gang. CASS was left with the terrible dilemma; to seek vengeance as the street had taught him, or to renounce his violent past.

17 Comments

:thumbsup: My mate said it's poo but voted hot and i've ordered cause i like this sort of film.

Great price, ok film heat

Nice one o.p. been meaning to buy one of these since I got a blu-ray player at the start of the year.

I met him in Thailand. He's massive!

SpenJC;8969916

:thumbsup: My mate said it's poo but voted hot and i've ordered cause i … :thumbsup: My mate said it's poo but voted hot and i've ordered cause i like this sort of film.



your mate is a wally
iv watched football factory, green street, the firm etc. and this film is brilliant

Love this film, voted hot.

Pretty good film actually, guy who plays Cass is a good actor too

Very good film, and not just for the West Ham reference either... Voted hot, bargain for this price...

this is a pretty good film. similar to the best of the london gangster genre films (ie. the ones that usually always have danny dyer in them). the story has similarities with the movie notorious and even a little bit like precious (ie. big guy that no-one believes in betters himself). it's not quite a movie i'd rewatch much, like football factory or the business, but it's worth a watch at £5 for the bluray

Just had a £1 off code sent to me by the HUT as not been on there for a while so used that to order this film. £3.85 sounds like a bargain to me. Look forward to seeing it.

great film for a fiver.. grabbed one!

thanks

Havince;8970493

your mate is a wally iv watched football factory, green street, the firm … your mate is a wally iv watched football factory, green street, the firm etc. and this film is brilliant



Have you had the pleasure of meeting him then :thumbsup:

Excellent Movie

Great book, didn't rate the film that much.

Just a word of warning: I watched this film on Blu Ray and it was like watching a VHS not even DVD quality. The transfer was awful.

I watch this film when it came out on Blu-ray very good film if you like that type. Well worth a £5 on Blu-ray but the transfer is grainy (not doubt director shot it that way!) No real difference in PQ quality with SD DVD and Blu-ray IMHO.

good film for the money. not sure about the casting of frank bruno. his twitching in the background was quite off-putting
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