On a grey February morning at Elstree film studios just outside London, the crew on the set of UK film Harry Brown are gearing up for a particularly harrowing scene. Michael Caine, on the other hand, is doing John Wayne impressions. It is appropriate, given the film is dubbed an “urban western”.
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