The Long Good Friday exploded onto screens in 1981 after post production troubles delayed its release by 2 years, boasting an all star cast of future British TV talent and two of England finest performers, Bob Hoskins and Helen Mirren. Directed by John Mackenzie, Hoskins stars as Harold Shand, the London kingpin who’s organisation crumbles in one Easter weekend at the hands of an unknown and unseen enemy.
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