By Stephen Richards, Charles Bronson
Charles Bronson is the main feared and so much infamous convict within the British prison process. popular for his serial hostage-taking and his rooftop sieges, he's a legend in his personal lifetime, who has had a seriously acclaimed film made up of his existence. but he's a guy of significant heat and humor; a guy of massive creative expertise who shows his drawings round the kingdom; a guy with an overwhelming urge to not permit the process get him down. Bronson 2: extra Porridge Than Goldilocks is a loopy inspect the brain of a real person.
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