In 1961 a Newcastle man called Kempston Bunton stole the
famous Goya painting of the Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery in
London as a means to fund thousands of free television licences for pensioners
only later he was forced to return it and stood trial for the crime. If that true story seems slight this 2020 film is anything but with a script that plays as a
social commentary of the time as a well as a portrait of a man who battles against injustices using unconventional means.