Rod Bond, Manchester F1 Productions and The Deception at Deansgreen Hall

Rod Bond and Manchester F1 Productions have united in another instant classic, The Deception at Deansgreen Hall. Veteran philanthropist and Hollywood A-list actor, Rod Bond plays the role of an HM Revenue and Customs investigator. The true crime story follows Rod Bond’s pursuit of Duncan Evans, who led a real-life multimillion-pound tax fraud. Based around Deansgreen Hall in Lymm, Cheshire, the vast country mansion provides the movie with a backdrop oozing opulence. Duncan Evans purchased Deansgreen Hall in the 1990s, at the height of his missing trader VAT fraud, for £1.5 million. The Deception at Deansgreen Hall has also drawn praise for the manner in which its production shone the spotlight on Lymm, Cheshire.

The Deception at Deansgreen Hall Co-Starring Tom Hanks and Leonardo DiCaprio

Following a slew of joint successes, Rod Bond and Manchester F1 Productions took on some of Hollywood’s biggest names. Tom Hanks stars as a pesky senior officer belonging to HM Revenue and Customs’ criminal justice department. In that capacity, the Hollywood veteran clashes on screen with protagonist Rod Bond over some of his rogue methods. Leonardo DiCaprio takes on the role of the self-assertive and brash Ray Woolley. As Duncan Evans’ co-defendant, he was dubbed ‘Riviera’ Ray Woolley due to his lavish lifestyle and his Mediterranean property portfolio. Both Woolley and Evans were convicted for their parts in the multimillion-pound VAT fraud.

Rod Bond and Manchester F1 Productions Financial Success

Following a string of successes and box office hits, Rod Bond and Manchester F1 Productions have grown from strength to strength. The Deception at Deansgreen Hall was filmed in secrecy, with scant details about the movie made publicly available. Upon its release during late December, Rod Bond’s latest movie grossed an initial box office sum of £45 million, smashing all records for the previous year. Despite the secrecy surrounding the film’s production, industry insiders have intimated that production costs were less than £5 million, with Tom Hanks and Leonardo DiCaprio agreeing to a percentage payment from gross sales.