In his second feature as a director, Honest Thief, filmmaker Mark Williams (A Family Man) tells the story of a career bank robber intent on turning himself in for the sake of love, who gets caught up in a violent conflict with two crooked FBI agents intent on stealing his money.
Tom (Liam Neeson) is a lot of things, but two in particular: an infamous thief and a newfound romantic. His feelings for his new flame Annie (Kate Walsh) have inspired him to right his past wrongs and leave behind his life of crime. Although he has always worked with integrity and precision, exclusively carrying out non-violent bank jobs, he does not want his relationship with Annie to be built upon lies. He resolves to turn himself in to the FBI and forfeit the money he has stolen in return for a plea deal and a clean slate. When he calls the Boston FBI field office to confess and set a meeting, Agents Baker (Robert Patrick) and Meyers (Jeffrey Donovan) laugh it off as a prank.
They send their subordinates, Agents Nivens (Jai Courtney) and Hall (Anthony Ramos), instead. The two younger agents are shocked to discover that Tom is the real deal, and see Tom's stolen money as their golden ticket to a better life. So begins a cat-and-mouse game where good and bad become tangled, but love always rings true.
Honest Thief, released on DVD and Blu-ray 8th November 2021 from Signature Entertainment, is written and directed by Mark Williams and stars Liam Neeson (Taken), Kate Walsh (Grey's Anatomy), Jeffrey Donovan (Burn Notice), Jai Courtney (Suicide Squad), and Anthony Ramos (Hamilton). The ensemble cast includes Robert Patrick (Terminator 2: Judgment Day) and Jasmine Cephas Jones (Blindspotting).
Completing Williams's creative team are director of photography Shelly Johnson (Captain America: The First Avenger), production designer Tom Lisowski (The Oath), film editor Michael P. Shawver (Black Panther), with music by Mark Isham (The Accountant). The film is produced by Mark Williams (Ozark), Myles Nestel (Wheelman), Tai Duncan (Proud Mary), Craig Chapman (Wheelman), and Jonah Loop (The Kid). The executive producers are Lisa Wilson, Andrea Ajemian, Charles Dorfman, David Gilbert, Simon Williams, Christelle Conan, James Swarbrick, Will Young, Martin Sprock, Jonathan Bross, Joe Simpson, John Jencks, Jay Taylor.
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