Tango One (2017)
Wednesday 31st January 2018
Step into the ruthless London criminal underworld and prepare yourself for action of the most brutal order when the film adaptation of Stephen Leather's nail-biting thriller Tango One launches on Digital Download from 5th March 2018, and DVD from 19th March 2018 from Universal Pictures (UK).
Based on the award-winning and best-selling novel by top UK thriller author Stephen Leather (Murder in Mind, London's Burning) and directed by Sacha Bennett (Get Lucky, We Still Kill the Old Way), Tango One is a fast-paced crime thriller about how far one man will go to rescue his daughter, and save his criminal empire from collapse.
When three undercover recruits are assigned an impossible mission to take down one of the world's most wanted man, notorious drug dealer, Den Donovan (Vincent Regan; 300, Bonded by Blood), they have no idea who they are dealing with. As the undercover recruits inch closer to their target, they are each drawn in by the charismatic criminal leader - too close, perhaps, to remember the rules.
Tango One is a heart-stopping thriller where crime, corruption and power know no limits. Brilliantly led by Regan, and supported by Sophie Colquhoun (TV's Plebs, Captain America: The First Avenger), Joseph Millson (Casino Royale, TV's Ashes to Ashes), Calum MacNab (Football Factory, The Firm) and introducing Union J star JJ Hamblett, in his exciting feature film debut performance. The DVD also features exclusive, unseen interviews with stars Vincent Regan, Sophie Colquhoun and director Sacha Bennett.
Get ready for an electrifying, home-grown thriller as Tango Onereleases on Digital Download on 5th March 2018, and DVD from 19th March 2018.
- Interview with Vincent Regan
- Interview with Sacha Bennett
- Interview with Sophie Colquhoun
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