The Mule – Nur die inneren Werte zählen (2014)

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The Mule – Nur die inneren Werte zählen: Directed by Tony Mahony, Angus Sampson. With Hugo Weaving, Angus Sampson, Leigh Whannell, Ewen Leslie. After a trip to Thailand, a first-time drug mule finds himself in police custody, with his stomach crammed with narcotics. Now, he has to endure seven sphincter-clenching days to convince them of his innocence. Will nature take its course?

“This is a really well made film; the plot surrounds Ray who is a bit on the u0026#39;slowu0026#39; side. He plays a bit of u0026#39;footieu0026#39; at his local club and mends electrical goods for a living. Still at home with his parents who are having financial problems. So when he gets made an offer by one of his closest mates to earn some easy cash – he decides to go for it.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIt involves a trip to Thailand and more importantly a return trip with a rather full stomach. What follows is a story that had me totally gripped. There are some truly disgusting scenes here too so really make sure you are nowhere near food while this is on – and for a while after.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe acting is all top notch – Ray is played brilliantly by Angus Samson (u0026#39;Fargou0026#39;) but the real plaudits have to go to the perfectly horrible cop – Det. Tom Croft played by the superb Hugo Weaving (u0026#39;Mystery Roadu0026#39;) who oozes bad cop in a way that balances sleaze with old school policing and the tension is pounding for most of thisthriller – completely recommended.”


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