Bank (2011) - Watch Online. Directed by Martin Tempest

Genres Crime    
IMDb rating
7/10
Director    
Writers Martin Tempest (creator)
Cast    
Country UK
Language English
Runtime UK:75 min
Plot Life for Charlie seems to be getting worse. What with his single parent father constantly piling pressure on him to look after his brother and sister, so he can concentrate on his banking work. Charlie begins to find it hard to juggle his family, school and social life. He decides the best way to get back at his father for making his life a misery would be to rob from his bank... With the help of his friends he assumes all would go well, however; Things start to spiral out of control after Charlie meets a girl named Alix. Charlie starts to see that maybe it has done more damage than good.... search for Bank on IMDb

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