|Starring:||Kate Ashfield, Tom Chambers, Tony Haygarth, Art Malik, Matthew Rhys|
|Run time:||1 hour 25 minutes|
|Rental release:||Not available for rental|
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Good clean British Criminal Fun!!By Mark Hammett from Godalming, England , 19 Apr 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]Fakers was a refreshing journey back to the heist/caper movies that they don't seem to be able to make any more. It was great to see a British film that was pure entertainment and wasn't trying to be the next 'Lock Stock' or 'Trainspotting'.
Scams, forgery and blackmail in the London art world, with a great cast of familiar faces. Recommended.
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FakersBy a customer from England , 11 Apr 2009Really good film, funny, family friendly, easy watching. Easy to watch several times.
brilliant british filmBy kingtom15 (1 review) from Redhill , 03 Mar 2009Given this film has no budget and the director is young british and inexperienced, I thought this was a masterpiece. enjoyable fun film. and a success for the flagging british film industry
Good adventureBy Rachel29 (21 reviews) from Uxbridge , 06 Feb 2009This was a fun adventure that kept me entertained until the end.
Funky homegrown caper movieBy a customer from London , 15 Jul 2007Proving that there's life yet in the British caper movie genre after numerous dire efforts, this amusing little film is a breath of fresh air. With a twisty art-forgery plot to keep the audience guessing and some endearing, well-drawn characters, the film makes you root for the underdogs. The location shooting makes good use of the London streets, and the sequence involving a Smart car is a hoot. Art Malik makes a very hissable villain as the wannabe crimelord, and Kate Ashfield is great as the enigmatic object of main character Nick's affections. Short, sharp and fun, this film is well worth a look, good late night viewing with a few mates and a bottle of wine.
Really enjoyed itBy a customer from Surrey, England , 13 Apr 2006Saw this at the cinema. Fun, enjoyable film. Good pace and flies by. Not exactly action packed but clever in places, well acted, and quite funny. Miles better than most low-budget British films frankly. If you like caper movies, you'll like this.