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Photos (See all 7 | slideshow) Videos (see all 2) -- This sexy crime thriller tracks 4 best friends over 3 days they'll never forget when an encounter with deadly thieves sends them on a collision course with players in a major diamond heist. -- While Jo (Roberts) is chained down in a dead end supermarket job, her friends are all out on their own separate adventures: Cassandra (Egerton) is jetting off to New York to meet her Internet boyfriend; Kerrys (Warren-Markland) is on a one woman crusade fighting for female liberation and Shannon (Lovibond) is on a one way trip to meet her maker. But a chance encounter with some diamond thieves sends their separate worlds on a collision course with not only each other, but fate itself. These 4 girls are about to have 3 days they will never forget, spanning to 2 cities. That is ... if they survive.


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4 Girls, 3 Days, 2 Cities, 1 Chance.....
4 girls out on a 3 days trip in to 2 cities, if they survive. While Jo is working in a supermarket, her 3 friends are all out on their adventures. A chance encounter with diamond thieves sends them on a collision course with fate itself. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Ophelia Lovibond ... Shannon
Shanika Warren-Markland ... Kerrys

Emma Roberts ... Joanne

Tamsin Egerton ... Cassandra

Andrew Harwood Mills ... Driving Instructor

Adam Deacon ... Dillon

Ashley Thomas ... Smoothy (as Ashley Bashy Thomas)
Ben Cooke ... Big Thief

Steven Cree ... Scotty
Michael Hunter ... Tats - Dillon's Crew

Sean Pertwee ... Mr. Richards

Alan McKenna ... Mr. Jones

Kate Magowan ... Mrs. Richards
Ben Shepherd ... Newscaster

Linzey Cocker ... Gwen

Noel Clarke ... Tee

Gregg Chillin ... Manuel

Davie Fairbanks ... Fraser
Darcy Thomas ... Youth at Canal
Ermal Memia ... Youth at Canal

Michelle Ryan ... Kelly

Christopher Whitlow ... Carl

Camille Coduri ... Mrs. Phillips

Ben Miller ... Mr. Phillips

Susannah Fielding ... Jas

Kevin Smith ... Big Larry
Laura Giddings ... Virgin Atlantic Senior Cabin Crew
Becky Giddings ... Virgin Atlantic Senior Cabin Crew

Freddie Stroma ... Cool Brett
Audrey Kaipio ... Desk Clerk
Adam Gillen ... Geek Brett

Natalie Britton ... News Reporter Susan Sanders

Mandy Patinkin ... Sir Jago Larofsky

Eve ... Latisha

Alexander Siddig ... Mr. Jauo-Pinto
Jay Read ... Mrs. Jauo-Pinto
Clarke Jr. ... Baby Lewis
Maria Consuelo S. Radclyffe ... Grandmother
Lourenco de Melo Castro ... Grandfather

Arnold Oceng ... Dark Chocolate
Jade Moira Lawrence ... Fraser's Girl (as Jade Moira)
Jon Dover ... Big Guy
Femi Oyeniran ... Fraser's Mate #1
Tristram Newham ... Fraser's Mate #2
Jo Martin ... Driving Examiner
Rickie Haywood-Williams ... Newscaster - MTV (as Rickie Haywood Williams)

Helen McCrory ... Mrs. Jones
Monty Croft ... Ron the Security Guard

Jacob Anderson ... Angelo

Nicholas Briggs ... Barry

Ben Drew ... Terry

Laura Whitmore ... Newscaster - MTV
James Bravery ... Dave

Stephen Harvey ... Customer
Grace Wainwright ... Detective Lydia Devon
Adam Sagar Smith ... Detective Quentin Boon
Bartosz Wozniak ... Kelly's Men #1
Imre Elekes ... Kelly's Men #2
Ian Seale ... Anchorman Ted
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Daniel Bertrand-Grell ... Cannabis Smoker (uncredited)
Geoff Carino ... Sleeping Man on Plane (uncredited)
Andrew Dawson ... Airline Passenger #2 (uncredited)
Rochelle De-Terville ... Passerby (uncredited)
Lee Donaghy ... Met Policeman (uncredited)
Joyia Fitch ... Young Hostage Couple (uncredited)

Lee Nicholas Harris ... Police Officer (uncredited)
Jamie Hawes ... Man on Bus (uncredited)
Renayla Joye ... Neighborhood Gang Member (uncredited)
Sarah Linda ... Party Girl (uncredited)

Les Loveday ... Barman (uncredited)
Shaun Lucas ... Airline Passenger (uncredited)

Jadran Malkovich ... Young Hostage Couple (uncredited)
Chris Mansfield ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Patricia Mantuano ... Brazian Aunt (uncredited)
Jack Marsh ... Big Issue Seller (uncredited)
Craig Miller ... Billy (uncredited)

Atul Sharma ... Guest in Hotel Lobby (uncredited)

Jayme Swiftt ... Plane Passenger (uncredited)
Geoff Tagliaferro ... Airline passenger (uncredited)
Danny Tee ... Guy at nightclub (uncredited)

John Warman ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Jo Westcott ... Podium dancer (uncredited)
Elisha Willett ... Coffee Shop Customer (uncredited)

Directed by
Noel Clarke 
Mark Davis 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Noel Clarke 

Produced by
James Edward Barker .... executive producer (as James Barker)
Andrew Boswell .... executive producer
Damon Bryant .... producer
Noel Clarke .... producer
Mark Davis .... producer
Amy Dempsey .... line producer: New York
Johnny Fewings .... executive producer
Christopher Figg .... executive producer
Mark Foligno .... executive producer
Gareth Jones .... executive producer
Justin Lanchbury .... associate producer
Yoko Lytle .... associate producer
Steve Milne .... executive producer
Dean O'Toole .... producer
Nick Pitt .... associate producer
Deepak Sikka .... executive producer
Mick Southworth .... executive producer
Stewart Till .... executive producer
Toby Tobias .... associate producer
Robert Whitehouse .... executive producer
Original Music by
Adam Lewis 
Barnaby Robson 
Cinematography by
Franco Pezzino 
Film Editing by
Mark Davis (The Long Weekend Cut)
Mark Everson 
Casting by
Urvashi Chugani 
Production Design by
Murray McKeown 
Art Direction by
Paul Harvey 
Alan Pearson 
Costume Design by
Andy Blake 
Makeup Department
Sylvia Atkins .... makeup dailies
Hannah Edwards .... makeup artist
Cate Hall .... makeup designer
Selen Hurer .... makeup daily
Kristyan Mallett .... prosthetics designer/supplier
Zoey Stones .... makeup artist
Pippa Woods .... makeup dailies
Production Management
Meg Clark .... post-production supervisor
Mark Ellis .... unit manager
Elizabeth Garrett .... production manager: New York
Jo Gross .... unit production manager
Laura Metcalfe .... post-production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Danielle Bennett .... additional third assistant director: dailies
Brian Bentham .... first assistant director: New York
Dexter Bryant .... third assistant director
Mark Hopkins .... second assistant director
Alice Johnson .... second assistant director: New York
Josey McNamara .... third assistant director
Alex Oakley .... first assistant director
Art Department
Nina Aufderheide .... standby art director
Dan Bodfish .... art department assistant
Camila Higgs .... buyer
Cosmo Sarson .... graffiti artist
Bart Tuft .... props
Joe Withers .... standby props
Sound Department
Harry Barnes .... supervising sound editor
Nigel Bennett .... post production sound
Sandy Buchanan .... adr mixer
Peter Burgis .... foley artist
Martin Cantwell .... sound designer
Ed Colyer .... foley mixer
James Corless .... assistant sound re-recording mixer
Mike Dowson .... sound re-recording mixer
Glen Gathard .... foley editor
John Hayes .... production sound mixer
Andre O. Logan .... sound mixer: New York
Monty Nyahay .... boom operator: New York (as J. Monty Nyahay)
Richard Pryke .... sound re-recording mixer
Colin Ritchie .... dialogue editor
Andrew Rowe .... sound
Paul Schwartz .... boom operator
Jason Swanscott .... foley artist
Ian Tapp .... sound re-recording mixer
Visual Effects by
Ian Clinch .... compositor
George Dodgson .... compositor
Christian Jelen .... visual effects supervisor
Theodore Majendie .... digital compositor
Theodore Majendie .... rotoscope animator
Henry Pentacost .... visual effects
Matthew Tinsley .... senior compositor
Robin Willott .... lead compositor
Robin Willott .... visual effects supervisor
Micky Wyle .... compositor
Andy Bennett .... stunt coordinator
Tony Christian .... stunt performer
Dave Judge .... stunt rigger
Paul Kennington .... stunt performer
Kai Martin .... stunt performer
Andy Merchant .... stunt performer
David Newton .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
Kerry Brown .... additional still photographer
Chris Cavanagh .... assistant video assist
Adam Coles .... focus puller
Kevin Day .... gaffer
Simon Dolling .... camera trainee
Hamish Doyne-Ditmas .... camera operator
Tom Elgar .... video assist
Thomas English .... steadicam operator
Francis Hughes .... camera trainee
Dylan Jones .... video assist
Sally Low .... first assistant camera
Richard Mason .... best boy
Craig Porter .... second assistant camera
Mark Rafferty .... electrician
Iwan Prys Reynolds .... focus puller: "a" camera
Nick Wall .... unit & specials photographer
Renee Willis .... clapper loader: "a" camera
G.T. Womack .... second assistant camera: New York
Casting Department
Vanessa Baker .... adr voice casting
Rohan Chand .... casting associate
Kayas Irshad .... extra coordinator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Alex Bernhard .... costume supervisor
Alex Day .... costume assistant
Editorial Department
Mike Andrews .... digital film technician
Cory Augustyn .... assistant editor
Andrew Daniel .... colorist
Tim Drewett .... digital film technician
Jerri Howlett .... on-line assistant
François Kamffer .... di technician
Steve Knight .... digital intermediate technician
Justin Lanchbury .... di film consultant
Des Murray .... on-line editor
Mike Phillips .... assistant editor
Andy Richards .... supervising DI conform editor
Sophie Sorensen .... post-production coordinator
Gemma Townsend .... digital intermediate technician
Thomas Walters .... post-production coordinator
Miles Anderson .... colorist: dailies (uncredited)
Music Department
Cory Augustyn .... composer: additional music
Martyn Berg .... A&R consultant
Fiona Harris .... musician: solo piano
Ian Neil .... music supervisor
Barnaby Robson .... music arranger
Transportation Department
Dean Tyler .... driver
Other crew
Joel Blanco .... production accountant: New York
Elizabeth Brizzell .... assistant production accountant
Jade Bryant .... floor runner
Jamie Cook .... caterers
Simon Dolling .... runner
Charlotte Draper .... runner
Ian Ellis .... location manager
James Greenslade .... production legal
Evan Gregg .... assistant location manager: New York
Karl Hartman .... office production assistant
Emma Hazell .... production coordinator (as Emma Olrich-Smith)
Roslyn Hill .... assistant production coordinator
Dan Hillsdon .... production accountant
Al Mackay .... location scout (as Alastair Mackay)
Carolyn O'Reilly .... runner
Jeremy Pelzer .... location scout
Emma Rogers .... armorer
Edwina Sercombe .... floor runner
Tom Sexton .... location scout: new york
Natalie Sloan .... script supervisor
Imanuel Smith .... production assistant
Cedric St. Clair .... pre-production assistant
Joseph Stephans .... location manager: New York
Ashley Stowell .... on-set medic
Richard W. Thompson .... finance director: Universal Pictures
Lucy Ward .... assistant script supervisor: dailies
Katie Watson .... business representative: SAG
Mike Wild .... armorer
Jonathan Wu .... set production assistant: new york
Ben Hope .... security (uncredited)
Adam Ackland .... special thanks
James Edward Barker .... very special thanks
Nick Pitt .... thanks
Martin Poultney .... special thanks

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Emma Roberts is the only from one four of girls which is not British actress.See more »
Dillon:Do you kiss your mum with that mouth?
Kerrys:Nah, but I kissed yours.
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34 out of 45 people found the following review useful.
A wasted chance, 8 October 2010
Author: gollumsdildo from United Kingdom

Noel Clarke showed a lot of promise as a independent British film maker with the excellent Adulthood, the second part of Kidulthood of which he also wrote. Both films had an honest and frightening portrayal of youth culture today. What made these films stand out was the depth of the characters he created not seen in others films trying to portray the same subject of youth gone wrong, the audience actually cared about where these people's lives would lead to. Clarke is a film maker with something bold to say and has his own style with plenty of potential to be one of uk's top film makers. Unfortunately his latest film doesn't confirm this. is a film that promises a lot with poster tagline says 4 girls, 3 days, 2 cities, 1 chance, its an exciting set up. 4 friends stories and lives told separately all of which become linked through a diamond heist with some rough characters in pursuit. This type of story telling has worked very well for Tarantino's classic Pulp Fiction and Doug Limans "Go!". In fact this film has more in common with "Go!" in terms of plot. You only have to see both these films to know that when done right this type of story telling can be exciting, fresh and damn good fun but Clarke just doesn't seem to have a grip of the story and where its going, it could have done with a better edit, each of the girls stories are overlong and drawn out where they could have been fast, sharp and snappy with only Shannon's story (the first to be shown) showing excitement and gripping an audience, such a shame as this was a promising start. The New York sequence felt poorly executed and unexplained, a poor attempt at a cross over potential with cameo's from Kevin Smith (which was more irritating then funny) and Eve (quite pointless).

The performances from the four leads do save the film from being a total failure, particularly from Ophelia Lovibond and Emma Roberts. Clarke clearly shows his gift for writing strong and rich characters. Some people have cried stereotype's for the four leads, with this i disagree in fact i feel all four of them were girls you could route for and were the strongest aspect of the film The sad part is i really wanted to love this film, i had high expectations and hoped it could be a winning cross over for Clarke. This film overall failed to give me the same excitement i had for his previous films. The plot and pacing felt uneven, the whole film was half an hour too long and more importantly not fun at all making feel like a wasted opportunity to wider Clarke's audiences. I believe the best is yet to come from the award winning film maker but this is not the best example of his talent only showing a small amount of his potential. Maybe go back to basics next time!

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