Weve got a bit of business, says London East End crime boss Vic Dakin. Extortion, protection those are Dakins rackets. But hes heard of a new job, and itll be a big payday if he pulls it off. Dakin and his crew plan to heist a factory payroll transported in an unarmored car. Weeks after Michael Caines Get Carter came Villain, another cold-blooded tale of British crime. Richard Burton stars as Dakin, devoted to his ailing Ma, relentless in the fear he inflicts throughout his turf and engaged in aviolent sexual relationship with a henchman (Ian McShane, decades before he was Deadwoods Al Swearengen). When the payroll heist goes bloodily awry, Dakin attempts to hide his involvement and regain the loot that was left with a gang member. But his tactics of fear and brutality may no longer be working. Because someone else has a bit of business in the East End: law officer Bob Matthews (Nigel Davenport) is closing in on Dakin. **Please be aware that this is a manufactured on demand disc that was created using a DVD-R disc. It should play in all standard DVD players.