Peaky Blinders season five FIRST LOOK: Cillian Murphy and Sam Claflin face each other in a new trailer
The first trailer for the fifth season of Peaky Blinders was released by BBC One on Tuesday.
In an explosive return, Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy) is competing against Sam Claflin's far-right politician, Oswald Mosley, with potentially nasty results.
Opening with Tommy sat alone with a gun on his back and a man on a wooden cross behind him, the gang leader claims: & There is god, and there are the Peaky Blinders. We have the ropes, who is going to hang us now, yes? & # 39;
Peaky Blinders season five FIRST LOOK: Cillian Murphy's Tommy Shelby will take on Sam Claflin's extreme right-wing politician in an explosive new trailer, released Tuesday
Tommy, now a member of parliament, comes face to face with the new representative for Birmingham South, Mosley, who claims that the leader of the Peaky Blinders & # 39; is under his attention & # 39; has come.
Ada (Sophie Rundle), disgusted by her brother, tells Tommy that & # 39; no one is going to hang on him & # 39; as she claims: & # 39; you are going to hang yourself & # 39 ;.
While Aunt Polly (Helen McCrory) shares an ominous warning, as she is seen with an admirer before chaos arises, and says: & # 39; We are all trying to get away, but we never do. & # 39;
Emergence in Fascism: Sam portrays far-right politician Oswald Mosley (left), who became the leader of the UK Union of fascists in the UK
Trust: the gang leader opens the trailer and claims: & There is god and there are the Peaky Blinders. We have the ropes, who is going to hang us now, yes? & # 39;
Piqued interest: now an MEP comes face to face with the new representative for Birmingham South, Mosley, who claims that Tommy is under his & # 39; attention has come & # 39;
Then hell breaks loose while Tommy shoots a machine gun on a field where an unknown man is tied to a wooden cross.
As he does this, explosions begin to explode all around him before a gypsy camp goes up in flames.
In the moving scenes, Aunt Polly waves her own weapon, while Tommy carries a fallen victim in his arms and teases a potential death of an important character.
Dark: Aunt Polly (Helen McCrory) shares an ominous warning by saying: & # 39; We all try to get away, but we never do it & # 39;
Violent scenes: Hell breaks loose, while explosions around Tommy begin to explode before a gypsy camp goes up in flames
Flying sparks? Aunt Polly was previously seen with an admirer before the chaos ensued
Mosley, a real politician who became the leader of the British Union of Fascists in the UK, then shouts: & # 39; England is alive tonight and continues marching. & # 39;
Tommy & # 39; s parliamentary office appears to be a target, while the gang boss protects himself from an explosion while telling: & # 39; Sometimes death is a goodness. & # 39;
Newcomer to the show Anya Taylor Joy also appeared briefly in the trailer as the American lover of Michael Gray (Finn Cole), as well as Tommy & # 39; s child Lizzie Stark (Natasha O & # 39; Keefe).
Showmaker Steven Knight appeared on the Obsessed by Peaky Blinders podcast in which he detailed what would come.
Warning: Ada (Sophie Rundle), who is disgusted by her brother's behavior, tells Tommy that & # 39; no one is going to hang (him) & # 39; as she claims: & # 39; you are going to hang yourself & # 39;
New blood: Newcomer to the show Anya Taylor Joy also appeared briefly in the trailer as the American lover of Michael Gray (Finn Cole)
Family man: Tommy & # 39; s child Lizzie Stark (Natasha O & # 39; Keefe) also appeared briefly
& # 39; It is the early years & # 39; 30 and it is the first turmoil of fascism and nationalism and populism and there are certain politicians who have liked to fuel it and have used it and got votes for it.
& # 39; And Tommy has to face that and it is part of what I feel that hopefully in the end it might be a rehab, because when he comes across that, how will he respond? Does he agree? Is he going to resist it?
& # 39; You will see that there are parallels in the way people spoke, politicians, what they said in those days – it looks like today. Somehow something is going on with Peaky that is really relevant to what happened then. Which is great. Well, it's not great, it's terrible. But it's handy. & # 39;
Peaky Blinders is expected to be released on BBC One later this year.
New role: Monday showmaker Steven Knight showed that Tommy is dealing with the & # 39; first excitement of fascism and nationalism and populism & # 39; in parliament
What's next: Knight added: & # 39; Tommy has to face that and it's part of what I think hopefully, eventually, might be a rehab of him & # 39;
Soon expected: Peaky Blinders is expected to be released on BBC One later this year
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