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Writer:
Noel Clarke (written by)
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Release Date:
3 March 2006 (UK) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Before adulthood comes...
Plot:
A day in the life of a group of troubled 15-year-olds growing up in west London. | Add synopsis »
Awards:
2 wins & 1 nomination See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Aml Ameen ... Trife
Red Madrell ... Alisa

Noel Clarke ... Sam

Adam Deacon ... Jay

Jaime Winstone ... Becky

Femi Oyeniran ... Moony
Madeleine Fairley ... Claire
Rebecca Martin ... Katie

Nicholas Hoult ... Blake
Adem Bayram ... Vinnie
Stephanie Di Rubbo ... Shaneek (as Stefanie Di Rubbo)
Catherine Ajike ... Carleen (as Kate-Line Okoro)
Medhavi Patel ... Sophie
Ben McKay ... Rapper
Cornell John ... Uncle Curtis

Rafe Spall ... Lenny

Kate Magowan ... Stella

Pierre Mascolo ... Andreas

Ray Panthaki ... Mark

Christopher Villiers ... Mr. Fineal
Ortis Deley ... Derek (as Ortis Dealey)
Hannah Miles ... Mrs. Fineal
Leila Bertrand ... Alisa's Mum

Stephen Taylor ... Rupert
Tom Burroughs ... Hamish

Bhasker Patel ... Shopkeeper
Cleo Sylvestre ... Sam's Mum
Alexander Hanson ... Manager

Sam Callis ... Security Guard
Sushil Hunjan ... Nisha

David Schaal ... Taxi Driver (as David Schall)
Marsha Miller ... Trife's Mum
Toby Dantzic ... Shop Assistant
Alison Newman ... Claire's Mum
Paul Putner ... Mr. Hardy
Natalie Wright ... Debbie

Richard Angol ... Street Guy
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

David Ajala ... Desmond (uncredited)
Amir Madani ... Himself (uncredited)
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Directed by
Menhaj Huda 
 
Writing credits
Noel Clarke (written by)

Produced by
Clark N. Anthony .... associate producer
James Armitage .... associate producer
Tim Cole .... line producer
Marco Costa .... executive producer
Tania Costa .... executive producer
Menhaj Huda .... producer
George Isaac .... producer
Damian Jones .... producer
Richard Lever .... co-producer
Douglas Lochhead .... co-producer
Amir Madani .... executive producer
Pierre Mascolo .... executive producer
Michael McCoy .... associate producer
Marcello Moscarello .... executive producer
Ray Panthaki .... co-producer
Louise A. Stewart .... assistant producer
Alexandra Stone .... co-producer
Joshua Varney .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
The Angel 
 
Cinematography by
Brian Tufano (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Victoria Boydell 
 
Casting by
Amanda Tabak 
 
Production Design by
Murray McKeown 
Nic Tuft 
 
Art Direction by
Paul Harvey 
 
Costume Design by
Andy Blake 
 
Makeup Department
Vikki Lawson .... additional makeup artist (as Vicky Lawson)
Sarah Lee .... additional makeup artist
Sarah Owen .... makeup artist: Ms Magowan
Isabel While .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Kim Robinson .... unit manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Iain Atkinson .... second assistant director: pre-production
Nick Simmonds .... second assistant director (as Nick Simmons)
Cedric St. Clair .... trainee assistant director
Paul Stevenson .... third assistant director
Lee Tailor .... first assistant director
Jeff Taylor .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Mirko Sekulic .... art department assistant
Bart Tuft .... art department assistant
 
Sound Department
Stuart Bagshaw .... foley editor
Stuart Bagshaw .... foley recordist
Alistair Crocker .... sound recordist
David Gerard .... assistant sound editor
Simon Gershon .... supervising sound editor
Dan Green .... adr recordist
Mike Grimes .... sound effects editor
Tirso Guinon .... dubbing assistant
James Harbour .... boom operator
Hugh Johnson .... sound re-recording mixer
Andrea King .... foley artist
Melissa Lake .... foley artist
Gareth Llewellyn .... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Ben Meechan .... sound effects editor
Zak Melemendjian .... adr editor
Zak Melemendjian .... dialogue editor
Jo Miller .... foley artist
David Turner .... sound technical coordinator
 
Visual Effects by
James Clarke .... visual effects
William Foxwell .... film recorder operator: Lip Sync Post (as Will Foxwell)
Daniel Tomlinson .... film recorder operator
 
Stunts
Bill Davey .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Sean Bobbitt .... additional photographer
Mark Collins .... additional still photographer
Nic Cupac .... grip
Carlos De Carvalho .... second focus puller
Thomas English .... Steadicam operator (as Tom English)
Mike Farr .... lighting technician
Kevin Gorman .... camera trainee
Zoe Guilford .... additional still photographer
David Hedges .... focus puller
Rollo Hollins .... still photographer
John Jordan .... second focus puller (as Johny Jordan)
Jennie Paddon .... clapper loader
Robert Pye .... gaffer
Luis Santos .... generator operator
Bob Shipsey .... second camera operator
Ryan Taggart .... second clapper loader
Lee Wooster .... electrician
 
Animation Department
Ben Bradley .... digital artist
 
Casting Department
Holly McAlister .... casting associate (as Holly McAllistair)
Helen Power .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Fatima Ibrahim .... wardrobe trainee
Jessica Mautner .... wardrobe supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Greg Barrett .... digital intermediate producer
Stephen Bearman .... film scanner (as Steve Bearman)
Ben Bradley .... film scanner
Rebecca Budds .... digital media coordinator
John Claude .... supervising grader
Selina Macarthur .... assistant editor
Jamie Moreton .... digital intermediate grader
Paul Shore .... digital media supervisor
Tom Balkwill .... post-production assistant (uncredited)
 
Music Department
The Angel .... music producer
DJ Drez .... musician: scratches
James Hyman .... music supervisor
Ian Neil .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Malcolm Cooper .... driver: camera truck
Paulo Fernandes .... driver
Claude Johnson .... driver
 
Other crew
Ajay Bhatt .... paramedic
James Clarke .... digital laboratory supervisor
Neil Hodge .... chef
Simon Hooson .... location assistant
Lita O'Sullivan .... production accountant
Robert Rayner .... location manager (as Robbie Rayner)
Louise A. Stewart .... production coordinator (as Louise Stewart)
Ben Deen Swaray .... set runner
Simon van der Borgh .... script consultant
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for pervasive language, violent content, sexual material, drug and alcohol use - all involving teens
Runtime:
89 min
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Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »

Did You Know?

Trivia:
The CD case that Becky racks out lines of cocaine on is "Out Of The Ghetto" by Isaac Hayes. She uses a Slipknot branded Visa card to cut them.See more »
Quotes:
Alisa:I can't believe you swallowed that guy's spunk. I hate it, it tastes like salty egg whites!See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in Shank (2010)See more »
Soundtrack:
Day to Day BasisSee more »

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32 out of 46 people found the following review useful.
Review, 5 March 2006
Author: BigtimeFoShow

So. Kidulthood. There has been a lot of talk about this film and how it's a little over the top that it happens in one day. That may be so, but the issues faced in the film are what that demographic goes through and i think by audience reaction so far the film makers choice to show this was correct. I also believe people are missing the point. Film like books doesn't have to answer question. I thought The film itself is beautifully shot. Tufano has used everything at his disposal to make the low budget work, and with clever editing and music any weak directing is quickly covered. the acting is amazing with the Young Ameen (Trife)an Madrell (Alisa)using their raw talent to put in Stella performances. One wonders if they can get any better than this. If they can i believe the future of British TV/Film is in good hands. Noel Clarke's performance as (Sam, the Bully) was downright amazing. Seeing him totally convince me that he was not Wyman or Mickey, (the characters he plays in two well known shows)Was a treat. His menace and the intimidation factor he bought to Sam showed that many films that have used a British rapper in the parts may have missed a trick. (Although i have heard that in real life he is more like Sam than the those other characters mentioned. Apart from thee abusive bullying part of course.) Jamie winstone is also a great as (Becky) and the laughs come from Deacon (Jay) Clarke's script although great, suffers at times with the over use of bad language and violent scenes which seem a little too much. the general chatter of the young people is real enough though snatched straight from the streets of Ladbroke grove itself. You believe the conversations the kids have and kind of like their youthful ignorance. The lack of police is a bit unreal and you would think parents would be around a little more but the film makers say that this film is supposed to be from the kids point of view and not many kids get up to bad stuff with mum around. Overall i would say that although not perfect, i would say that this is the best homegrown film in at least ten years. You will love or hate this movie (I personally loved it) but you should definitely see it. British film, in all it's low budget grittyness is back. You get me! (That's what the kids say right?)

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