Old enough to know better - the story behind Golden Years

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Old enough to know better - the story behind Golden Years

Golden Years tells the story of a retired couple who start robbing banks to steal back their pensions, recruiting more friends along the way as their heists grow ever more daring.

It's been dubbed "50 Raids of Grey" and stars the likes of Bernard Hill, Simon Callow, Una Stubbs, Philip Davis and Sue Johnstone.

The film's producer Mark Foligno told London Live's Luke Blackall how the film came together.

Golden Years is out in cinemas from 29th April.

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