Fresh out of prison, Pat Tate steps right back into his Essex nightclub business. Since he can't stop brooding about the man who had him put away, it's not long before he's off to Marbella to find Frank Harris and seek his revenge.
Greed, revenge and death all impact one another in this taught crime drama. Nothing is what is seems in this film written and produced by Maximiliano Hernández and directed by newcomer Jhosimar Vasquez.
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In one of the scenes in Marbella one of the dealer associates of Pat beat up a punter who owes them money and throw him in the swimming pool,stating "he fancies himself as a gerbil,rats don't like water".This is of course untrue as rats need a daily source of water in order to survive. See more »
The Old East End Tonight
by Mark Leen & Gary Driscoll
Performed by Gary Driscoll See more »
Much better than Number 2
A different take concentrating on Pat Tate as opposed to Carlton Leach. Contains some cracking humour (The swimming pool scene, Cheese) but plenty of violence as expected.
Good script and acting from the old school team that were in the original. You can't beat Terry Stone (Who plays Tony Tucker).
A good instalment in the series.
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