Spitfire

Spitfire (2013)

A seriously corrupt cop, a hitman who can't hit, a suicidal model, a French female killer & a debt-­ridden film producer are dying (some literally) to get hold of a very lucrative client list.

Comps  Pulp Fiction, Sexy Beast

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SUMMARY

SPITFIRE is a smart, pulp comedy thriller set in London, directed by Jake West (DOGHOUSE) and written by Dan Schaffer (THE SCRIBBLER).

An unethical cop, a hitman who doesn't kill, a walking dead drug dealer, a trigger happy hitwoman, a model with a death wish, a rich junkie, a debt-­‐ridden film producer, and an American gangsteress who thinks it's the seventies.
What do they all have in common? They're all rotten to the core. The London underworld is imploding. An American crime baroness has placed a bid to takeover the UK's lucrative cocaine import business, and now everyone from low-life gangsters to corrupt cops, international hitmen, and film industry dope dealers are baring their teeth. They're all looking to sell out and it's heading for a dogfight as they double cross and triple cross each other in their scramble for the five million pound cash prize.

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PRINCIPAL CAST

PRINCIPAL CREW

  • Jake West
    Director
    10
    FILMS
  • Anna Paquin
    Producer
    13
    AWARDS
    29
    FILMS
  • Dan Schaffer
    Writer
    3
    FILMS
  • Bob Portal
    Producer
    12
    FILMS
  • Cerise Hallam Larkin
    4
    FILMS
  • Shelly B...
    Acquisitions Consultant
    Pending
    14
    FILMS
  • Paul Crowder
    Director · Editor
    1
    AWARD
    13
    FILMS

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