Inside Man

Inside Man
Inside Man

Year

2006

Duration

123 minutes

Genres

Crime, Drama, Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

A group of robbers enter a bank disguised as painters and soon take control, taking all inside hostage. The police arrive led by a cop with a past - and a battle of wits ensues between him, the criminals' smart and articulate leader, and an ambiguous female negotiator. Nothing is quite what it seems in Spike Lee's tense thriller, which throws up all manner of enjoyable red herrings - while at the same time dealing with wider issues of morality and corruption in high places.

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15 Classification

This film has several uses of strong bad language

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