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KILL KANE

Starring VINNIE JONES

On DVD and Digital Platforms 18 January 2016

They destroyed his life, now he’ll take theirs.

The inimitable Vinnie Jones (Snatch, Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels) is back with a bang in action-packed, high-octane revenge thriller Kill Kane, which makes its UK debut on DVD and digital platforms courtesy of 4Digital Media.

In an explosive story of urban violence, family man Ray Brookes (Jones) seeks revenge when his wife and children are murdered by infamous gangsters. Unable to place his faith in the justice system and with nothing left to lose, he turns vigilante and stalks the streets, on the hunt for those who robbed him of a future.

Directed and co-written by Adam Stephen Kelly (We Still Kill the Old Way), alongside writers Christian Sellers (Cheerleader Camp: To The Death) and Andrew Jones (The Amityville Asylum) and starring Sean Cronin (Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, London Hood), Nicole Faraday (Bad Girls, Casualty), Sebastian Street (Age of Kill, The Last Seven) and Sarah Alexandra Marks (Bonded By Blood 2, Pulp), this exhilarating, hard-hitting British crime drama is available from 18 January 2016.

With plenty of bloodshed and a high body count, Kill Kane is a gripping story of brutal vengeance.

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