The Limey, the critically acclaimed film from Oscar-winning director Steven Soderbergh that garnered a slew of awards and nominations for its stars, has been given a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Steelbook release by Arrow Video in time for its 20th anniversary. An ideal gift for fans of this wildly entertaining film that is based on Peter Maas’s bestselling book and stars Terence Stamp, Lemmon, Ryan Phillippe, and David Suchet, the film begins with one of the most startling opening sequences in cinema history. In one swift blow, director Soderbergh throws out all that you think you know about the lives of the men who served in the British Secret Service, who jolts us out of our seats as they are chased by an assassin.
Introduction to The Limey
The Limey is a 2000 British-American crime comedy film written by Shane Black and directed by Steven Spielberg. It stars Steven Soderbergh, Terence Stamp, and Emily Mortimer. The movie was released on 21 June 2000 in the United States. The film opens in London, 1990, where Jake Green (Steven Soderbergh), an American ex-pat living as a writer of children’s adventure books, looks back at events during the late 1970s and early 1980s from the perspective of his glamorous daughter Jenny (Emily Mortimer). She has been raised to believe that her father is still alive and will return for them one day.
Names of the characters in The Limey
Stacy the Hitman
Jennifer ‘Jenny’ Wilson
Head DEA Agent
Lady on Plane
Story of The The Limey
The Limey is a 1999 crime drama film directed by Steven Soderbergh. It tells the story of Wilson, an ex-con and drug dealer (known as “the Limey”), who was sent to prison for transporting drugs from Colombia to Los Angeles via a container ship. He has been released after serving his time. And is trying to find out who was responsible for his daughter’s murder years ago. He goes back to England and tries to find the people responsible while also getting a new drug deal. The film stars Terence Stamp as Wilson in what came as something of a comeback—he had not appeared in a major American film since 1980.
Lime-Spiced Cabbage Slaw with Crispy Chicken Breasts Fried in Masa
Masa is a Japanese-spelling word for “paste”. And one way to prepare the paste for turning into the dough is by mixing it in masa or corn flour until it resembles bread crumbs. Masa has been used in Mexico since ancient times when Aztec cooks learned from the Spanish settlers. The dough from these cooks was then shaped into patties and cooked on top of hot stones before being served with salsa. The effort and time taken to form each patty gave rise to a dish with amazing complex flavors that used regional ingredients: chicken, lime, cactus leaves, onion, and tomatillos.
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