Think of the gangsters synonymous with '60s London and the names that spring to mind are those of Reg and Ronnie Kray. But there were other gangs out there as well, like the one led by Charlie Richardson, whose story is told in this movie.
One of three brothers from south London, Charlie (Luke Goss) was a successful man, thanks to his scrapyards and business dealings in South Africa. But if the evidence given at his 1966 trail is to believed, he was also a vicious gangster who tortured anyone who got in his way.
The trial that saw Charlie and many of his gang imprisoned sent chills down the spine of civilised society, and the film doesn't shy away from the graphic details of the alleged attacks.
The real life story of Charlie Richardson the head of the notorious Torture gang, In the sixties, London was owned and ruled by two families, North of the river the Krays, to the South, the Richardsons. Now for the first time in his own words Charlie reveals what really happened when he was arrested and tried in what notoriously became known as the Torture Trial.
the Richardsons ruled London south of the river in the 1960s. Charlie Richardson was the ruthless head of the Torture Gang and this is the story of his arrest and subsequent 'Torture Trial'. Starring Steven Berkoff and Luke Goss.
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