One last job
|German title||One last job|
|Original title||King of Thieves|
|Country of production||United Kingdom|
Tim Bevan ,
Eric Fellner ,
Amelia Granger ,
Ali Jaafar ,
Jinx Godfrey ,
One last job (original title King of Thieves ) is a crime film by James Marsh , which was released in cinemas in the United Kingdom on September 14, 2018 and in German theaters on April 25, 2019. The film is based on a true story and a newspaper article about it that Mark Seal published in Vanity Fair magazine.
A group of retired crooks cracks into a large vault in London's jewelry district and loots gold bars , jewelry and diamonds from the safe deposit boxes. During the distribution of the booty, the group members get into an argument and leave behind so clear traces that they can be caught by the police after a short time . Only the youngest member, Basil, managed to escape abroad.
The film is based on the newspaper article titled The Over the Hill Mob by Mark Seal , which was published in Vanity Fair magazine. In it he describes a jewelry theft by a group of pensioners with multiple criminal records in April 2015. They penetrated the building of the Hatton Garden Safe Deposit Company through an elevator shaft, bored their way through a 50 cm thick basement wall of the locker system with heavy equipment and initially escaped with extensive ones Prey. After a relatively short time, they were caught and sentenced.
The story was adapted for the film by Joe Penhall . Directed by James Marsh .
The film music was composed by Benjamin Wallfisch .
The shooting took place in London in the summer of 2017, in the pub The Viaduct in Hanwell in West London on June 29 and 30, 2017.
The film was released in British cinemas on September 14, 2018 and in German cinemas on April 25, 2019. It was shown at the Hof Film Festival in October 2018 .
In the USA, the film received an R rating from the MPAA , which corresponds to a rating of 17 and over. In Germany, the film was approved by the FSK from the age of 12.
Anke Westphal from epd Film explains that even if a last job is advertised by the distributor as a black-humored detective comedy, it is actually a rather leisurely, dramatized, classic heist movie with a more realistic paint job , in which the gags seem quite artificial and even out of place, including the jokes about the old people's lack of digital affinity. “Even the fantastic cast [...] cannot make the film stand out from its lack of decision-making in tone and staging. Michael Caines is most likely to be of interest to Brian: After the sudden death of his wife, he lacks the meaning of life that he hopes to find again in the robbery, ”said Westphal.
The German dubbing was based on a dialogue book and the dialogue direction by Harald Wolff on behalf of TaunusFilm Synchron GmbH, Berlin.
|Michael Caine||Jürgen Thormann||Brian Reader|
|Michael Gambon||Otto Mellies||Billy "The Fish" Lincoln|
|Jim Broadbent||Freimut Götsch||Terence "Terry" Perkins|
|Ray Winstone||Douglas Welbat||Danny Jones|
|Tom Courtenay||Erich Ludwig||John "Kenny" Collins|
|Charlie Cox||Tim Knauer||Basil|
|Paul Whitehouse||Lutz Schnell||Carl Wood|
|Matt Bardock||Thomas Schmuckert||Detective Inspector Johnson|
|Francesca Annis||Katharina Koschny||Lynne Reader|
|Kellie Shirley||Andrea Cleven||Terri Robinson|
- One last job in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- One last job in the German dubbing file
- ↑ Certificate of Release for One Last Job . Voluntary self-regulation of the film industry (PDF; test number: 184567 / K).
- ↑ Age rating for One Last Job . Youth Media Commission .
- ↑ Mark Seal: How a Ragtag Gang of Retirees Pulled Off the Biggest Jewel Heist in British History. In: Vanity Fair, March 2016.
- ↑ James White: James Marsh directing Hatton Garden heist film. In: empireonline.com, June 7, 2016.
- ↑ http://film.britishcouncil.org/docs/UKFeaturesCatalogue2_1526984463.pdf
- ↑ Benjamin Wallfisch Scoring James Marsh's 'King of Thieves'. In: filmmusicreporter.com, June 25, 2018.
- ↑ http://www.ealingtoday.co.uk/info/conceleb011.htm
- ↑ Start dates Germany In: insidekino.com. Retrieved April 25, 2019.
- ↑ Feature films 2018. In: hofer-filmtage.com. Retrieved October 27, 2018.
- ↑ https://www.epd-film.de/filmkritiken/ein-litzer-job