Sam Riley pops back up on our radars in this remake of the Richard Attenborough fronted Brighton Rock. Riley is easily one of our best young actors working in film today – he looks very much like our version of DiCaprio – and with some luck he should be looking forward to some of that kind of success if the rest of the world finally starts to take notice of him.
Check out the trailer below for what could be one to watch when it is released on 4th February 2011.
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