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Maddest Man

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Synopsis

Maddest Man is a film that explores what it would be like to have the ability of controlling one's destiny slowly eroded away.

The world of crime can be viewed as a type of left-handed endeavour where the potential rewards are the same for the high flyers of legitimate business. However, the consequences of failure within this illicit cut throat environment offer an entirely different set of repercussions.

Greed can distort an individual's perspective. Easy money is a fuel that allows the greed to grow. Biting the hand that feeds you becomes a temptation that is never far away. There are people you can take liberties with, and then again there are also people with whom you can't. Make a wrong judgement and there are only a few alternatives as to how events will run.

Maddest Man paints an unnervingly realistic portrait of a world that few people ever see. It is a compelling drama that offers a stark warning as to what can happen within a lawless culture.

Details

Year
2003
Type of film
Features
Running Time
60 mins
Format
Beta SP
Director
Mark Fortune
Producer
Nick Craig
Editor
Andy Moore
Screenwriter
Mark Fortune
Director of Photography
Mark Hamilton
Sound
Andy Moore
Music
Milo Smee, Oli Smee, David Jones, Micky Roberts
Principal Cast
Gilly Cohen, Dylan Brown, Stuart Laing, Nick Craig, Phil Hymas

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Production Company

Hangman Films
114 Hamilton Road, Middlesex
TW13 4PX
UK

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