Romain Gavras' heist film, The World Is Yours, arrives on DVD and Digital Download later this month

Romain Gavras' heist film, The World Is Yours, arrives on DVD and Digital Download later this month

From French-Greek director Romain Gavras, The World Is Yours is set to arrive on digital download and DVD on 27th May 2019.

The flamboyant heist movie stars Karim Leklou (The Prophet), Vincent Cassell (Mesrine Part 1 & 2, La Haine) and the legendary Isabelle Adjani (La Reine Margot, One Deadly Summer).

François (Leklou) is a petty drug dealer whose dream is to settle down and set up a Mr Freeze’s ice lolly franchise in Morocco. But his ambition is smashed to pieces when he discovers that his own mother (Adjani), a compulsive gambler and seasoned scammer, has burnt his savings that he was relying on to start their brand-new life. Putin, the local gang leader, offers François the opportunity to do one last job in Spain so that he can make the money he desperately needs. Things go from bad to worse when the deal goes wrong and everyone around him gets involved: his disillusioned love Lamya, his stupid former father-in-law who just got out of prison, two inseparable and uncontrollable wannabe gangsters and last but not least… his glamorous and manipulative mother.

For a full list of all upcoming releases for you to buy to own you can check out our 4K Blu-ray release schedule, Blu-ray release schedule and DVD release schedule.

The World Is Yours (2018)
Dir: Romain Gavras | Cast: Isabelle Adjani, Karim Leklou, Oulaya Amamra, Vincent Cassel | Writers: Karim Boukercha (adaptation), Karim Boukercha (screenplay), Noé Debré (adaptation), Noé Debré (screenplay), Romain Gavras (adaptation), Romain Gavras (screenplay)

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