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#Jason Statham #2020_Movies The film is in part based on historical facts about the Baker Street robbery. A gang tunnelled into a branch of Lloyds Ban...

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The film is in part based on historical facts about the Baker Street robbery. A gang tunnelled into a branch of Lloyds Bank at the junction of Baker Street and Marylebone Road, in London, on the night of 11 September 1971 and robbed the safe deposit boxes that were stored in the vault. The robbers had rented a leather goods shop named Le Sac two doors down from the bank, and tunnelled a distance of approximately 40 feet (12 metres), passing under the Chicken Inn restaurant that was located between the shop and the bank. The tunnelling took three weeks working on weekends.

Robert Rowlands, a ham radio operator, overheard conversations between the robbers and their rooftop lookout. He contacted police and tape-recorded the conversations, which were subsequently made public. The film includes lines recorded by Rowlands, such as the lookout's comment that "Money may be your god, but it's not mine, and I'm fucking off."

The film's producers said that they have an inside source, identified in press reports as George McIndoe, who was an executive producer.The film's plot point of the issuance of a D-Notice by MI5 (requesting no further press reports, on grounds of national security), because a safe deposit box held sex pictures of Princess Margaret with London gangster-turned-actor John Bindon, is fictional.[citation needed] The possible connection to Michael X is apparently based on information provided by McIndoe,[citation needed] though the basis and extent of his information remains unclear. The Daily Mirror interviewed a convicted robber, who claims to be a perpetrator and he indicated that embarrassing photos including child pornography were found but deliberately left behind for the police. The film-makers acknowledged that they made up the character Martine, and David Denby in The New Yorker wrote that it is "impossible to say how much of the film's story is true".

The fictitious character of Lew Vogel may in part allude to pornographer and racketeer Bernie Silver,a key figure in Soho in the 1960s and early 1970s, who was imprisoned in 1975 for the 1956 murder of Tommy "Scarface" Smithson; and also to later events surrounding his associate the real-life pornographer James Humphreys. After an outcry in 1972 when The People published photographs of the head of the Metropolitan Police Flying Squad, Commander Kenneth Drury, spending a luxurious two-week holiday with Humphreys and their wives in Cyprus, a police raid on Humphreys' house uncovered a wallsafe containing a diary cataloguing detailed itemised payments to seventeen different officers. Humphreys was imprisoned for eight years in 1974 for wounding his wife's former lover. He then turned Queen's Evidence, testifying against some of Scotland Yard's most senior officers in two major corruption trials in 1977, for which he received a Royal Pardon and was released from prison. In 1994 Humphreys was imprisoned for twelve months for living off the earnings of prostitutes.

The film includes multiple historical grace notes. The outlandish introduction of Michael X's character showing him leading a landlord locked in a slave collar is not dramatic licence but is based on a similar historical incident. An unremarked passing glance at a photo of John Lennon found in Michael X's safety deposit box[clarification needed] is inspired by John Lennon's support for Michael X's "Black House" headquarters depicted in the film, and Lennon posting his bail.A moment of great tension in the film, where the police visit the vault while the robbers are inside, did occur. Not only did the robbers use the thermal lance shown in the film, but also employed explosives. Contrary to the epilogue, Michael X was not tried and executed for the murder of Gale Benson, but rather for the murder of Joseph Skerritt, another commune member, who was found buried along with Benson. It is also not true that Michael X's personal files are to be kept classified until 2054.


Directed by Roger Donaldson

Produced by Charles Roven , Steven Chasman

Written by Dick Clement , Ian La Frenais


Starring -Jason Statham
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