A controversial new movie about a famous British gangster, who was known for his alleged crimes against prostitutes, has been pulled from screens across the UK.
The film “Gaston” by the British film group, Big Eyes, has already been pulled for “non-compete” reasons in England and Wales.
Its cast is set to play a fictionalized version of the London-based criminal who became infamous after allegedly molesting an underage girl in an attic bedroom.
The movie is a “political satire” on the British government’s anti-terror laws, and was directed by Nick Cave, who has also directed the movie “I’m a Celebrity…
Get Me Out of Here.”
Its plot centers around a “grizzly British crime family” who is known for their alleged crimes, including sex crimes against women, and the police have long struggled to identify them.
Big Eyes is one of a number of UK studios that has been targeted by the U.K. government, after a group of activists in the U