The Twentyman brothers – Dale (Pearce), Mal (Richardson) and Shane (Edgerton) – are being released from prison. But Frank (Taylor), their crooked attorney, has yet another job for them. They're the best in no small part because adhere to the strict credo: no one gets hurt. (Meticulous planning and working with your brothers helps.) Each man has plans to retire after this heist, but immediately after successfully making off with an armored truck hours after being released, the brothers find that the crooked cops in on the deal have arranged for them to go back to prison.
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Worse, Frank's in on it too and his greed is getting dangerous – especially for them. And Dale is having his own problems with Frank, who appears to be having an affair with Carol (Griffiths), his tarty wife. But she may love money more than either man.
Brilliant script with a cast of fully-realized eccentric characters, tons of detail and as many plot corkscrews as a rollercoaster.
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