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Six years after KiDULTHOOD, Sam Peel is released from jail for killing Trife, he realizes that life is no easier on the outside than it was on the inside and he's forced to confront the ... See full summary »
Scarlett Alice Johnson,
In London, a military plane crashes leaving its highly classified contents strewn across the city. Completely unaware that the city is in lockdown, a group of people become trapped inside a storage facility with a highly unwelcome guest.
Kwame is seventeen; sexy and unswervingly straight with his hormones raging like a forest fire. But there's no room in his packed schedule to feed the flames. His best mate's in love with his dad - his gay dad has just divorced his husband and plunged into a mid-life attack of 'adultescence', buying a skate-park and becoming the original bitch on wheels. The family counselor has run off with his girlfriend's nouveau rich millionaire father, and his bitch/angel girlfriend is hanging out with a pair of sexy 'lippy lesbians'. It ain't easy being straight in the 21st century - but hey, someone's got to do it... Written by
If you've never even DONE anything, how do you know you're gay?
I just woke up one morning with pink pubic hair. What can I say?
Right. Don't get militant! Cheese on Bread! If I wanted my head ripped off by a bitchy queen, I'd of stayed home with me Da.
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How channel4 has managed to vomit such trash onto our television screens is beyond me.It combines everything that is wrong with youth television - terrible acting, cardboard-cutout characters, 'cool' wobbly camera angles and zoom shots, contrived and confusing script - and manages to mix it all together into something which might be a comedy or might be a drama, and fails at both. Its gaudy, tacky, extremely annoying to watch, and has singlehandedly set gay rights back 20 years. Watch this one as it slowly slips later into the schedules and erases itself from it's creators resume.
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