Sam Gittins - Spencer Pryde
Rutger Hauer - Ray Luke Mably - Terry Pryde
Adam Deacon - Weasel
Jamie Foreman - Monty
David Yip - Qiang
Charlie Wernham - Michael
Terri Dwyer - Cathy
Lee Nicholas Harris - Sergeant Kelly
Anna Danshina - Alena
David Cheung - Daggers
Frankie Fairbrass - Clark
Dylan Heath - Young Spencer
Scott Peden - Ginger
Max Fincham - Floyd
Ken Doherty - Himself
Brian Jeeves - Prison Guard
Plot: Spencer Pryde, a gifted snooker player is wasting his talents, choosing instead to indulge in petty crime with his mates, but when things begin spiralling out of control, he seeks sanctuary in the one place he feels safe, the local snooker hall.
Ray is the owner of a run-down snooker hall and he is also an old school villain.
Whilst there, Spencer is presented with an opportunity to turn his life around after a chance encounter with an American stranger named Vince Macey.
Macey, a former 8-ball pool champ turned coach, tries to convince Spencer to turn pro. But, in order to make a new life for himself, Spencer will need to break away from his friends, his environment and the negative elements of his current life.
Notes: 'Break' also features cameos from some of the sport’s big-name players, including Ireland’s Ken Doherty, China’s Liang Wenbo, and Britain’s Jack Lisowski.
The “Break” producers have teamed with world snooker’s official association.
Some scenes take place at the Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre, which is considered the home of professional snookers.
The climax of the film is set during the World Snooker Championship final, which takes place at the venue.
Rutger on the set with cast members Dylan Heath and Brian Jeeves