Peaky Blinders continues with Major Campbell (Sam Neil) initiating his grand scheme, after having rescued Tomy (Cillian Murphy) from Sabini (Noah Taylor).
With intelligence confirming that Tommy murdered an Irish dissident, Tommy has no choice but to be a pawn in Campbell’s treacherous, political game. Never one to concede easily, Tommy seeks to turn the situation to his advantage.
With Darby Sabini still after Tommy’s blood, the Peaky Blinders desperately require an ally if they are to succeed in conquering the South. Tommy smuggles himself into London and breaks bread with the enigmatic and volatile Jewish gang leader, Alfie Solomons (Tom Hardy). The pair strike a deal – but is Tommy in over his head?
Meanwhile, Shelby’s home turf of Birmingham is beset by new challenges. The grand opening of the refurbished Garrison pub should see the entire Shelby clan gather in celebration, but Arthur (Paul Anderson) continues to be tormented by the horrors of the war. Moreover, Aunt Polly (Helen McCrory) has become obsessed with the search for her children, who were taken from her long ago.
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