A group of poor Londoners take revenge on the wealthy by committing the title act.
Unfocused Thatcher-era black comedy has aged rather well, perhaps because the wealthy are more deserving of eating than ever. Pellay's character is unsympathetic and grating, however, (though the casting of a trans person in the lead is admirable), and the final reel takes a detour into drama that leaves the overall film with a sour taste in one's mouth. Still, any film that casts Lemmy as an MI-5 agent and The Pogues as terrorists deserves some kudos.
This is a very tough one to screencap, as most of the credited people have names never referred to in dialogue. I've tried my best. IMDb has Plasmatics lead singer Wendy O. Williams as "female diner with mohawk." This is a misidentification of the credited Angie Bowie. Someone long ago assumed a blonde with a mohawk must be Williams, and it has been enshrined as "fact." This highlights one of the main problems with IMDb.