There is something special about a black and white film, add to that some superb acting, excellent direction and a story which will let you escape for a moment. We give you Lucas and Albert, this exciting feature stars two veteran actors A.G. Longhurst as Lucas and James Osbourne and Albert, the two happen to be lifelong friends which easily transfers on screen as they playfully tease each other. The director Darren S. Cook brings out superb performances by the cast and ensures you will be glued to this film from start to finish.
For those who love British gangster films this is a must
For those who love British gangster films this is a must, it shares a story of two aging hit-men who are sent to clean up a bank robbery gone wrong some twenty years ago. Having always worked alone, they have been chosen by the infamous Mr. Mac to clean up the mess and get rid of any loose ends.
The film has been nominated or a UK National Film Award, which was postponed due to Coronavirus.
The lead characters played by A.G.Longhurst and James Osborne, are life long friends who grew up together on the same council estate and both attended The Anna Scher Theatre school in the early 1980s. Since the early 90’s they have appeared in plays and film productions together. Their filmography includes Ten Percent, Hatton Garden The Heist, LUCAS AND ALBERT and the soon to be released What’s the Score.
Darren S Cook. Claims this is his first feature but has over 25years of experience in the film Bussiness. He was a recipient of the Coup de Coer in Cannes 2010 for the fil Broken Silence and has followed this with 3 more shorts Three(2011).Little Angels (2013) and Starlight 19 TV. He has worked with both A.G.Longhurst and Robert Putt on several projects as well as several members of the cast in LUCAS AND ALBERT. Darren shares his company Scruffy Bear Pictures with DOP Neil Phillips.
The tagline for this film is a “Double act with gonads” and we couldn’t agree more. Put a smile on your face during lockdown and enjoy this magnificent film on Amazon Prime (USA and UK).
Put a smile on your face during lockdown and enjoy this magnificent film on Amazon Prime (USA and UK).