Bold, breathless and wickedly fun, Free Fire is an electrifying comedy-thriller about an arms deal that goes spectacularly and explosively wrong. Acclaimed filmmaker Ben Wheatley (Kill List, High-Rise) propels the audience head-on into quite possibly the most epic shootout ever seen on film as he crafts a spectacular parody—and biting critique—of the insanity of gun violence. Everyone’s got a gun, and absolutely no one is in control. Set in a colorful yet gritty 1970s Boston, Free Fire opens with Justine (Oscar winner Brie Larson, Room), a mysterious American businesswoman, and her wise-cracking associate Ord (Armie Hammer, The Man From U.N.C.L.E.) arranging a black-market weapons deal in a deserted warehouse between IRA arms buyer Chris (Cillian Murphy, 28 Days Later) and shifty South African gun runner Vernon (Sharlto Copley, District 9). What starts as a polite if uneasy exchange soon goes south when tensions escalate and shots are fired, quickly leading to a full-on Battle Royale where it’s every man (and woman) for themselves.