Across the city organised gangs are fighting for control of the lucrative supply of narcotics but supremacy in this violent world is short-lived as younger, hungrier and more ruthless gangs move up. Against this brutal backdrop, Ged Brennan, Moby, ratter and their crew pursue a dying trade of old time heists but, with two decades of meticulously planned jobs behind him, Ged is now planning to turn his back on this life but not before planning one final heist. As usual, he won't give them any details until the morning of the job so, until then, they have to stay off the street and keep out of trouble. The problem is that Moby loves to go out and with just days to go before the heist, an incident in a lap dance bar nearly leads to a gang war. Ratter, meanwhile, has long since outgrown the needless danger of Ged's blags and is desperate to cut all links with the crew but, for now, he has his own sinister reasons for staying on board. As the make-or-break heist approaches, Ged needs to summon all his street nous and killer instinct just to survive and even then he needs friends in low places to ensure that the stains vanish without trace.
Alex (Geoff Bell) masterminds an ambitious plan to steal millions of untraceable cash that is stacked in the underground vaults of The London Exchange Bank, waiting for its last journey. Incineration Lucky (Vas Blackwood). Matty (Leo Gregory), Terry (Johnny Harris), Chubby (Paul Nicholls), Norman (Justin Salanger) and Jay (Robert Boulter) make up his unlikely gang of robbers. Setting up their alibi. The gang check in for a flight and join in with thousands of England supporters that are part of a mass exodus to The World Cup Tournament in Germany. Instead of passing through to the departure lounge, the gang head out to the car park, pile into a van and head for Central London where they spectacularly ram raid The London Exchange Bank. blocking any exit for those caught up inside.But with an unexpected turn of events, their plan is hampered from the start and they are left with a whole lot more than just a bank robbery to deal with. They have twenty hostages inside and the Police have lard siege to the bank There are two and a half hours before their plane leaves. and seventy million pounds in hard cash to steal.
Betrayed by their government and let down by the law, a renegade gang set out to right the wrongs of the world in Nick Love's Outlaw. Under the charge of war-veteran Alfie Bryant (Sean Bean) and assisted by Lewis (Bob Hoskins), a disheartened cop, this assortment of dejected individuals form a modern-day outlaw posse to avenge the criminal underworld and enforce their own brand of justice. Gaining notoriety in their quest, the group, once disregarded by all, become public icons. It's only when their celebrity exceeds their success that the Outlaw legacy is destroyed. A provocative, contemporary thriller, Outlaw explores the roots of people's shattered lives and reveals what happens when victims of crime seek revenge by taking the law into their own hands.