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  • Friday 28 August 1998
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  • Wednesday 28 October 1998
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  • Arnaques
  • combines et botanique
  • Combines et Botanique
  • Crimes et Botanique
  • Lock and Stock (España)
  • Um Mal Nunca Vem Só


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Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998)

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Long-time friends Bacon , Soap , Tom , and Eddy put together £100,000 so that Eddy, a genius at cards, can use the money to pay the entree fee into one Harry "The Hatchet" Lonsdale's weekly high-stakes three card brag game. Harry learns that Eddy is card savant from his bodyguard Barry "the Baptist" . Knowing that he cannot win he decides to fix the game. He does so by putting a camera in the table that allows him to read Eddy's cards, and have Barry "The Baptist" send via morse code what he, Barry, learns by watching the video feed on a monitor in another room. When Eddy loses, Harry demands the £500,000 now owed to be paid to him within a week. Knowing that Eddy and the others have slim chances of raising half a million pounds within a week, he pulls Eddy's father's bar into the deal as an alternative, in an attempt to get his own revenge on Eddy's father.


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