A freshly hired long distance conveyor surprises his colleagues with the incredible precision of his retaliatory fire as they come under the onslaught of experienced robbers.
Everyone is now wondering who he is, where he comes from and why is he here.
Released in April 2004 on our screens, Le Conveyor quickly caught the eye of Americans since a remake had been announced a few months later. But things dragged on, the project notably passing through the hands of F. Gary Gray then Josef Wladyka (Narcos). In the latter’s version, the main character, initially played by Albert Dupontel, was to be a woman played by Sandra Bullock.
Jason Statham ultimately plays the mysterious H, a freshly hired bottom conveyor who surprises his colleagues with the incredible precision of his retaliatory fire as they come under the onslaught of experienced robbers. Because if the original took on the appearance of a thriller with a social background, Guy Ritchie has obviously opted for a story of revenge which promises to be particularly muscular in view of the images unveiled.
Also worn by Josh Hartnett, Scott Eastwood or Holt McCallany, An Angry Man is slated to hit our screens on May 12. Subject, of course, to the reopening of the rooms.