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25 February 1982 (UK) See more »
Trevor is an angry young man.
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Tim Roth ... Trevor
Terry Richards ... Errol
Bill Stewart ... Peter Clive
Eric Richard ... Harry Parker
Geoffrey Hutchings ... Superintendent

Sean Chapman ... Barry Giller
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Vass Anderson ... Canteen Manager
Madelenine Athansi
Allister Bain ... Hopkins
David Baldwin ... Leroy
Kim Benson ... Job Centre Girl #1
John Bleasdale ... Policeman #1

Richard Bremmer ... Policeman #2
Catherine Clarke ... Job Centre Girl #2
Frankie Cosgrave ... Viv Parker (as Frankie Cosgrove)
Sharon Courtney ... House Parent
Noel Diacomo ... Solicitor
Jim Dunk ... Chef
Virginia Fiol

Christopher Fulford ... P.C. Anson
Brian Hayes ... Man on Stairs #1
Ava Hrela
Eric Kent
Hyacinth Malcolm
Jean Marlow ... Job Centre Woman

Cathy Murphy
Garry Patrick (as Gary Patrick)
Maurice Quick ... Magistrate
Jirí Stanislav ... Man on Stairs #2
Steve Sweeney ... Job Centre Youth (as Stephen Sweeney)
Joan Ware

Directed by
Alan Clarke 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
David Leland 

Produced by
Patrick Cassavetti .... associate producer
Margaret Matheson .... producer
Original Music by
The Exploited 
Cinematography by
Chris Menges 
Film Editing by
Steve Singleton 
Casting by
Sheila Trezise 
Production Design by
Jamie Leonard 
Art Direction by
Jamie Leonard 
Costume Design by
Monica Howe 
Makeup Department
Mary Hillman .... makeup artist
Production Management
Guy Travers .... production manager
Sue Wall .... production executive
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Richard Dobson .... second assistant director
Roy P. Stevens .... first assistant director
Chris Thompson .... assistant director
Art Department
Celia Barnett .... assistant art director
Bob Hedges .... property master (as Bobby Hedges)
Sound Department
Tony Bell .... assistant sound
Mike Billing .... dubbing mixer
Kevin Brazier .... dubbing editor
Clive Gardener .... assistant dubbing editor
Tony Jackson .... sound mixer
Clive Osborne .... assistant sound
Tony Bell .... boom operator (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
James Ainslie .... assistant camera
Jeremy Gee .... assistant camera
Peter Hall .... grip
Ian Owles .... assistant camera
Ronnie Rampton .... gaffer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Daryl Bristow .... wardrobe supervisor
Other crew
Joanna Gollins .... location manager
Joan Murphy .... accounts assistant
Monica Rogers .... production assistant
Ene Watts .... continuity
Crew believed to be complete

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76 min
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Tim Roth researched his role by attending National Front meetings, much to his distaste.See more »
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Trevor the Skinhead:Bollocks!
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18 out of 22 people found the following review useful.
Thoughtful, honest masterpiece., 18 October 2001
Author: Paul Taylor ( from Liverpool, England

I've seen this film a number of times over the last few years. The first time I ever saw it, I was an idealistic young scamp who'd done very well at school. Needless to say, I spent the entire film hoping that this desperately intelligent character would pull out of the spiral he'd got himself into.

A bit of personal history, which I don't normally supply, but in this case I believe it's pertinent. My grandfather hails from Pakistan, which is something that should make me despise this film, as Trevor, the main character, constantly harangues a Pakistani shopkeeper called Mr. Shanawaz. However, on repeated viewings I have consistently found this to be one of the best films ever made.

Roth plays a disaffected, supremely intelligent young man called Trevor who knows far more about the world than his "betters" would wish him to. His "betters" are social workers, and those responsible for making sure that he will eventually integrate into the wider British society.

Trevor is unrelenting and has no qualms about describing the society in which he lives. On my first viewing, I was horrified by his racist attitudes and the beliefs he subscribes to. However, the most important part of this film is Trevor's honesty. Honesty, however horrific it is, is Trevor's primary motivation. After watching it again and again, this is what comes through more than anything else. Trevor is uncompromising. He refuses to let society dictate his own opinions, even when that society kicks him and beats him. Trevor almost never misleads people, and practices his mantra almost to the letter. His integrity is never in doubt. Like him or hate him, you will respect the fact that he stands for his beliefs.

Made In Britain is a film about standing up for what you believe in, no matter how extreme those beliefs are. Trevor's beliefs are so compelling that he even convinces a black teenager ( Errol ) to shout "You baboons, get back to the jungle!". It also provides an incisive social commentary on the Britain of 1982. It isn't the integrated melting pot that government would have you believe it is. Following recent racial tension in Oldham and other towns in the North of England, the film's message seems particularly poignant now.

There are very few bad performances in this movie, the notable exception being the female teenagers in the JobCentre. Overall, it is a superb film that should be approached with an open mind - providing a message that all is not well in multi-racial Britain.

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