The Liability Clip: Talulah Riley Sticks It To The (Hit)man

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The Liability is a darkly comic new British crime thriller from the exec producer of Lock, Stock and Snatch, and stars cult legend Tim Roth, Peter Mullan and Jack O’Connell.

Here’s a clip from the film to celebrate the DVD release which was out on Monday this week.

The really rather stylish clip shows the mysterious young woman (played by the gorgeous Talulah Riley) who earlier threw a spanner in the carefully plotted works, exact the terms of her blackmail upon the hapless Adam and seasoned professional Roy.

After crashing a prize car belonging to his gangster stepfather (played by the formidable Peter Mullan), Adam (Jack O’Connell) is forced to repay the debt by teaming up with professional hit man, Roy, to act as driver on what should be a swift and easy mission. Whilst Roy desperately wants to leave the killing game, Adam develops into an enthusiastic and aspirational hit-man. A beautiful, mysterious young woman (Riley; St Trinians 1 & 2, Pride & Prejudice) has witnessed the murder and professional code dictates that she must also now be dispatched, but as events unfold, it becomes apparent that there is more to her arrival than mere coincidence.

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