Rent Suburban Shootout: Series 2 (2007)

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The quintessential British town of Little Stempington seems an idyllic suburban location, where the streets are clean and the neighbours are friendly. But underneath the surface there lies a secret, super-sexed, super-violent world. Two competing gun-toting gangs of vigilante housewives, led by Camilla Diamond (Anna Chancellor) and the other by Barbara Du Prez (Felicity Montagu) continue their work, one for the good of themselves, the other for the good of the town. Barbara, in prison after being framed by Camilla, has handed the reins of gang boss over to Joyce Hazeldine, (Amelia Bullmore) and entrusted to her the task of keeping the streets of Little Stempington free of crime.
However, Joyce's grip on the town is loosening and Camilla and her cohorts, Lillian Gordon-Moore (Emma Kennedy) and Hilary Davenport (Rachael Blake) start up a highly lucrative Fight Club, a ladies only bare knuckle fighting arena where local housewives solve their disputes. At the same time, clueless police chief Jeremy Hazledine (Ralph Ineson), and his deputy PC Haines (Tom Ellis), entertain senior officers from around the world who are in Little Stempington to discover why the crime rate is so low. Chevy (Gary McDonald) a bent cop from Miami, soon finds out the real reason and introduces Camilla to the idea of building a super casino on the Wetlands, a move that would propel Camilla into the criminal super league. Will Barbara be able to restore order to their once sleepy town? Or will Camilla's ambitious plans for a super casino change the face of Little Stempington forever?
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Channel 4
British TV, TV Comedies, TV Crimes
Release Date:
Run Time:
140 minutes
English Dolby Digital Stereo
English Hard of Hearing
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 1.78:1 / 16:9

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