These three may look like they’re dressed in their Sunday best, and on their way to church, but don’t be fooled: they’re dangerous - and those caps are lethal.
Meet the bad boy gangsters behind Peaky Blinders, a post-World War I crime syndicate in Birmingham into everything from betting shops to bank robberies and protection.
The Peaky Blinders were so-called because of their habit of sewing razor blades into the peaks of their cloth caps.
Cillian Murphy plays the gang’s ruthless leader Tommy Shelby, and his unholy band of brothers include Joe Cole and Paul Anderson.
Helen McCrory plays Aunt Polly Gray, the Shelby family’s godmother who carried on running the clan’s operations while her nephews were in the trenches.
The six-part series, being made for the BBC by Caryn Mandabach Productions and Tiger Aspect, is based on real-life events, adapted and written for TV by Steven Knight, who also wrote the films Eastern Promises and Dirty Pretty Things.
Other cast members include Sam Neill as the police chief who wants the gang behind bars; Annabelle Wallis as a mysterious woman, of course, Iddo Goldberg; Charlie Creed-Miles and the poet Benjamin Zephaniah.