Get Lucky

Synopsis: Brothers Lucky and Raphael have always lived on the wrong side of the law. When a "job" goes very wrong and Lucky finds himself in debt to local heavies, Sebastian and Kramer, he is forced to join his wayward brother on the biggest heist of their careers. While Raphael concocts a plan to rob the casino of the most powerful crime-lord in town, Mr Zigic, and enlists the help of Zigic's own unwitting nephew Niko and employee Eli, Lucky is distracted by the girl of his dreams, femme fatale Bridget, who may not be all that she seems. With betrayals and twists of fate, it seems everyone has an ulterior motive. The question is who can the brothers trust on the most important night of their lives?
Genre: Action
Director(s): Sacha Bennett
Production: Viva Pictures LLC
 
IMDB:
4.7
NOT RATED
Year:
2013
86 min
8 Views

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They call him Lucky.

Is he?

Depends who you ask.

Tragic circumstances

with his parents' murder.

He skipped the county.

So this guy just wants us

to grab him? No bruises?

Yeah. He's got something

special planned for Lucky.

- Can I help you, mate?

- No.

Come on, stop it!

That's it?

No kiss goodbye?

Welcome back to London.

Great to be back.

What brings you home?

That voice you've got,

does it hurt when you talk?

Whoever you think I am,

whatever you think I've done,

you're wrong.

We know who you are.

Lucky, tell us about your brother.

What's he got to do with this?

Tell us about Raphael.

We need to know if

he's trustworthy.

The most honest guy I know.

We've heard that

he's the best in the business.

That he's a tactical genius.

We've also heard that

he's incredibly handsome.

The funniest guy in the world.

The only person who could

truly throw you

a welcome home party.

I wanna kiss that man. Come here!

George!

- Good to see ya.

- How are you, sir?

How's the motor business?

Yeah, well, I've only

just finished repairing

all those cars that

you smashed up.

Well, I made a pink slip trade.

- Where's Kirby?

- You mean, is he still not in prison?

Come on.

It's not as if you were

going to get the first round.

Kirby. I'm stunned by your generosity.

Thanks, mate.

- How you been keeping?

- Out of trouble. Just.

What?

Put those on ice. I'm working.

George. Hey! How are you?

- Oh, that's the old

Shirley Bunion, isn't it?

- Shirley Bunion, isn't it?

- No.

- Yeah. We were in school together.

- I sincerely doubt it.

There you go, mate.

Welcome home present.

That's very thoughtful.

Good to see you, Kirby.

- Cheers, lads.

- Cheers.

I need to go and talk to someone.

I need to go and get more champagne.

I need to go for a piss.

- Vodka or gin?

- Vodka. Always vodka.

- You always drink alone?

- I'm actually waiting for someone.

Ah. Me, too.

You haven't seen her, have you?

She's got the most beautiful

blue eyes, blonde hair.

Beautiful smile, red dress,

drinks martinis, loves magic.

Oh!

Well, if I see her, I'll let

her know you're looking for her.

You do that.

She's a very lucky girl.

Mate. Mate, mate, mate.

A word in your ear-hole.

- Not now, mate.

- Yes, now. Come on.

I've just met a beautiful girl,

and you want a word?

Okay.

Heads, I follow her, tails, I...

It's always heads.

I gave you that coin.

Come on.

How's employment with Mr Zigic?

Ah, you know, some days you're the

pigeon, some days you're the statue.

We're supposed to be

on our collection rounds,

so if you could cut to the chase.

My inside man has come good.

We're on for Tuesday.

Can you clear your diaries?

I'm sure we can find the time.

No more being a collection goon

for your uncle after this.

Let's hope so.

I've just landed,

just got back into the county

and you want me to do a job

with you tomorrow?

It's not a "job" job.

Like I say, the guy I do deliveries for

owes me a bit of money. That's all.

So why do you need a driver?

Well, if you don't want to

help your best mate out, fine.

Your world travels have changed you,

haven't they?

And not for the better,

may I point out.

Why do you need me to drive?

You're the best driver.

Everybody knows that.

Heads, you do it.

You still got the old Merc?

Yes, dad left it to me.

And, no, I'm not bringing it

on some getaway job.

It's not some getaway job.

Just wanna go cruising with

my best mate in a flash car.

Catch the eye of the ladies.

Yeah, well,

you need all the help you can get.

- I'll think about it.

- All right.

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