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Peaky Blinders

Peaky Blinders
  • Değerlendirme: 8,80
  • Veriliş tarihi: 2013
  • Türler: Drama
  • Ülkeler: United Kingdom
  • Süre: 60 dakikalar
  • Karmaşıklık: 10

Bunlar yaygın suçlular değil. Onlar bir aile, yani bir klan. Onların kendi tarzları, görgü kuralları ve kendi şeref kuralları var. Kendilerine Peaky Blinders diyorlar, tehlikeli fakat saygı gören bir çete. Yasalara aykırı davranıyorlar, fakat bu sadece bu acımasız zamanlarda hayatta kalmanın tek yolu olabilir.

  • In Birmingham just after the Great War trenches veteran Thomas Shelby leads his gang, the Peaky Blinders, so named as they carry lethal razors in their peaked caps, who make money from illegal betting and the black market. Thomas, by mistake, appropriates a consignment of guns which have been stolen from the local arms factory and hard-nosed Inspector Campbell arrives from Ireland, charged by war minister Winston Churchill to recover it. Thomas's aunt Polly urges him to return it but he sees the opportunity to use it to his advantage. Thomas also quarrels with his …
  • Thomas continues dating Grace, barmaid at the Garrison pub, unaware that she has been planted by Campbell to spy on his activities. At a country fair outside the city Thomas gets into a fight with the Lees, a violent family of travellers, who later send him a bullet with his name on, giving him another adversary to rank alongside Billy Kimber. Campbell sends a message to Thomas via Aunt Polly and they meet on neutral ground at a hotel. Thomas proposes to Campbell that if he leaves him alone he will return the guns. If he is arrested the guns will be sent to the IRA in…
  • Thomas is approached by two IRA members anxious to buy the guns, though he is careful not to commit himself. Grace, who has overheard, follows the Irishmen and ends up shooting one in self-defence though the IRA suspect the Peaky Blinders. Next day Thomas takes Grace to Cheltenham races, where he warns Kimber that the Lees are out to rob him. Arthur brings a gang who relieve the Lees of the money stolen as a result of which Kimber hires the Blinders as his security. He also tries to have his way with Grace but Thomas saves her by ungallantly claiming that she has …
  • Thomas now has a legitimate betting licence and, although he is suspicious that she is not what she seems to be, employs Grace as his secretary. Younger brother John announces that, to give his children a mother, he is to marry again but Thomas disapproves of his choice of bride, prostitute Lizzie. Although the Lees attack and rob the Shelby house Thomas proposes a truce so that they can ally against Kimber. As part of the deal John marries the Lees' daughter Esme and Thomas sends word to Ada to attend the wedding. She is heavily pregnant and goes into labour at the …
  • Polly visits Ada with food for the baby but Ada, wrongly believing Thomas betrayed Freddie, will not see her. The reappearance of Arthur Senior, the Shelbys' father who deserted the family a decade earlier, also splits the family. Thomas rejects him but Arthur Junior is impressed by his tales of life in America and gives him money for a passage to the New World. Predictably the old man robs him. Another visitor is IRA leader Byrne, seeking to find out more about the fate of his cousin Ryan, the man killed by Grace. He demands the guns but Thomas sets a trap for Byrne …
  • Polly welcomes Ada and her baby back into the family as Peaky Blinders, led by Billy Whizz-Bang, also spring Freddie from jail. With the guns recovered Winston Churchill believes Grace should receive a commendation but Campbell has discovered that she has been with Thomas whilst Polly realizes her true identity and threatens her to leave Birmingham. Thomas gathers the Shelbys and Lees to take on Kimber's men but Kimber has got wind of the plan and leads his gangs into the Blinders' territory. A gun battle takes place and Kimber is killed. Thomas is now king of the …
  • Two years have elapsed. Freddie has succumbed to illness and at his funeral Thomas asks Ada to return home though she is scornful that he has been so successful with his mix of legal and illegal businesses. When his pub the Garrison is blown up he goes straight to the Black Lion to accuse his Irish rivals, who have a proposition for him involving murder. Returning home he informs the family that he plans to expand his bookies' business to London but John's wife Esme warns him of its dangers given the existing racial turf wars. He takes Arthur and John to London to a …
  • Campbell visits Thomas in hospital, aware that he killed Eamonn Duggan, a fact he intends to hold over him to use him as his spy. They both know that Grace has married and is in America. Thomas writes to Winston Churchill, asking for an export licence, which is granted as another means of controlling him and he goes to London, hoping to ally with Alfie Solomons, leader of the Jewish race track gang, who is anything but welcoming. He does however encounter Ada, who has been rescued by the Blinders, and, as a means of laundering money, buys her a house. Back in …
  • Whilst Irish gangs fight each other in Birmingham Arthur is threatened by the mother of the boy he killed in the boxing match and who is not appeased by promises of money. Thomas and his gang go to London to join up with Solomons, who makes it clear that he is the boss. Sabini decides to send Thomas a message and has his men kill the Digbeth Kid, one of the Shelby gang, for which Thomas swears revenge. He decides to buy a race horse, thus giving him a credible reason to infiltrate the race courses dominated by Sabini's men and at an auction meets well-to-do trainer …
  • Arthur Spearheads a ferocious takeover of Londons Eden Club, meanwhile Thomas and his new horse trainer become better acquainted.
  • Tommy's powerbase in London has been obliterated.
  • As Derby day arrives, Tommy is faced with impossible decisions as he prepares to strike back at his enemies and take the family business to the next level.
  • Thomas Shelby’s wedding day has arrived at last, but while his guests enjoy the celebrations he has important business to conduct, as a mysterious stranger makes their presence known.
  • Tommy goes to London to meet the wildly eccentric and volatile Duke Leon and soon discovers the extreme lengths his new paymasters are willing to go to in their quest for power. In Birmingham a personal dispute with the Italians threatens to explode into a devastating war.
  • Responding to the Italians’ actions, Tommy is set on a path of deadly vengeance that could take him to his darkest place yet, and threatens to splinter the family. As Arthur struggles with his conscience, Linda implores him to stop his illicit work with the Peaky Blinders.
  • Tommy takes his brothers on a hunting expedition and shares some important family news. He also outlines his intentions for the most daring criminal act the Peaky Blinders have ever undertaken.
  • As the Russians test the Peaky Blinders men in their own distinctive and debauched way, Tommy realises that he is being seriously outmanoeuvred. Desperate for help, he rekindles a business relationship with a dangerous former acquaintance.
  • As Tommy prepares to commit the most audacious crime of his career, an unexpected blow is struck, putting him under unbearable pressure. As he faces his worst fears he needs help more than ever, but is increasingly uncertain about whom he can trust. In a nerve-shredding race against time, Tommy is forced to confront hard truths about himself and his family that could change the Peaky Blinders forever.
  • December 1925. When Tommy receives a mysterious letter on Christmas Eve, he realises that the Shelbys are in danger of annihilation.
  • As the Shelbys come to terms with the shocking events of Christmas Day, Tommy endeavours to unite his family and a bold new enemy makes his move.
  • Tradition weighs upon Arthur as Changretta finds a chink in the Shelby armour and Changretta continues to plan ways to continue the vendetta in the most devastating way possible.
  • The Peaky Blinders are lured by the Italians into a cat-and-mouse chase on the streets of Birmingham. As his factory lies idle, Tommy confronts the possibility that the Communists might win and he will be deemed a traitor to his class.
  • Tommy finds himself engaged in bloody battle with Luca Changretta and his gang. Lizzie has even greater news to break. Meanwhile, an army colonel has questions for Ada about her past as a communist, and Jessie Eden confirms just how far she is prepared to go in pursuit of her cause.
  • It is the night of the big fight - Bonnie Gold versus Goliath. But as the bell rings and the crowd goes wild, dangers lurk in the shadows for Tommy Shelby and his family. When Changretta plays his final ace, he sets in motion a series of events that will change the Peaky Blinders forever.
  • 1929 – While his family deals with the repercussions of the Wall Street Crash, Tommy Shelby MP faces new dangers from unexpected quarters.
  • The Peaky Blinders come under fire when Tommy finds danger on his doorstep and a friend is brutally attacked. Could there be a traitor in the Shelby family’s midst?
  • As the charismatic Mosley shows his hand, Tommy prepares to make a treacherous new alliance.
  • Tommy agrees to dangerous new partnerships when a golden opportunity presents itself, and a Shelby party promises fireworks.
  • As Tommy reveals his intentions for Mosley, someone close to the Shelbys is targeted.
  • News of Tommy's activities have reached Winston Churchill. At a family meeting, Tommy lays out his plans for Mosley, which will take place at a rally Sir Oswald is leading. Tommy is surprised by another strategy, coming from an unexpected corner. Meanwhile, Tommy has his own secrets to reveal.

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