You may know Guy Ritchie from Sherlock Holmes. You may know him from Snatch. One thing's for certain: Ritchie's unique style has helped the gangster genre reach new heights and launched the careers of Jason Statham, Mark Strong and many others. This latest episode in the [the films of] series highlights work from Ritchie's filmography.
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[the films of] is a new series by Kees van Dijkhuizen, which will be focussing on one inspiring filmmaker every month, visualizing their variety and progression through the years.
Clips from 'Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels' remain courtesy of Universal Studios, © TM & Copyright 1998
Clips from 'Snatch.', 'Swept Away' and 'Revolver' remain courtesy of Sony Pictures Entertainment, © TM & Copyright 2000, 2002, 2005
Clips from 'RocknRolla' and 'Sherlock Holmes' remain courtesy of Warner Bros. Entertainment, © TM & Copyright 208, 2010
'Discombobulate', composed by Hans Zimmer, remains courtesy of WaterTower Music, © 2009
'Red Right Hand', composed by Nick Cave, performed by Arctic Monkeys, remains courtesy of Domino Recording Co. LTD, © 2009
'Rock & Roll Queen', performed by The Subways, remains courtesy of Infectious Records Ltd, © 2005
[the films of] is a non-profit project not aimed at breaking copyright laws. All material remains courtesy of their respective owners. Edited by Kees van Dijkhuizen © 2011.