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Anuvahood -- Meet Kenneth. He thinks he's got the moves. He thinks he's got the swagger. He thinks he can spit bars. But in reality, he's a WASTEMAN!
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There's a wasteman on every street!
Kenneth (who likes to call himself Kay) begins to realise he's just another wannabe bad boy... even less than a loser in fact... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Adam Deacon ... Kenneth
Darwood Grace ... Omar
Femi Oyeniran ... Bookie

Ollie Barbieri ... Enrique
Leon Black ... Clint
Jazzie Zonzolo ... T.J.
Michael Vu ... Lesoi

Richie Campbell ... Tyrone

Jaime Winstone ... Yasmin

Paul Kaye ... Tony

Ashley Walters ... Cracks

Terry Stone ... Terry
Eddie Kadi ... Tunde
Perry Benson ... Brian
Dolly Adams ... Mrs. Dennison
Linda Robson ... Pauline
Richard Blackwood ... Russell

Levi Roots ... Busker

Wil Johnson ... Mike

Jason Maza ... Darren
Jocelyn Jee Esien ... Tasha
Ashley Chin ... Mo

Michael Maris ... Big T

Alex Macqueen ... Edward (as Alex MacQueen)

Doon Mackichan ... Patricia

Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace ... Maria

Mark Harris ... Tommy (as Mark Cooper Harris)
Jammer ... Murkleman
Jayda Hassan ... Lily
Connor Donaghey ... Jack
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lethal Bizzle ... Lloyd
Mz Bratt ... Shay
Daniel Braveboy ... Shopper

Sacha Chang ... Nicole
Frankie Clarence ... Jonah
Chloe Craven ... Herself
Alanna Flynn ... Chavvy Laimsbury Girl
Portia Freno ... Persia
Giggs ... Nephew
Andrew Harrison ... Jerry (as Tiny Iron)

Phoenix James ... Resident

Cornell John ... Yardie
Keith Milner ... Shopper
Big Narstie

Bhasker Patel ... Shopkeeper

Gino Picciano ... Shopper
Carmell Roche ... Kesha
Terry Seager ... Postman
Ben Stylianou ... Cafe owner
Sabrina Thompson-Marshall ... Carly
Kiem Vu ... Kim
Kevin Wenman ... Policeman
Nick Embassy ... Nick The Prostestor (uncredited)
Lisa Gifford ... Laimsburys Shopper (uncredited)

Rudy Valentino Grant ... Taxi Driver (uncredited)

Lewis James ... Gangster's Den G (uncredited)
Andi Jashari ... Estate Gang Member (uncredited)
George Keywood ... Extra - fight scene (uncredited)
Louis Taylor ... Shopper (uncredited)

Directed by
Adam Deacon 
Daniel Toland 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Adam Deacon 
Michael Vu 

Produced by
Laurence Brown .... co-producer
Ben Cain .... associate producer
Andrew Chapman .... line producer
Mike Diamond .... executive producer
Patrick Fischer .... co-producer
Peter F. Gardner .... co-producer
Alex Georgiou .... associate producer
Mark Harris .... executive producer
Tony Jimenez .... executive producer
Alex Joseph .... associate producer
Richard Kondal .... co-producer
Justin Marciano .... executive producer
Ajay Parkash .... executive producer
Terry Stone .... producer
Nick Taussig .... producer
Daniel Toland .... producer
Paul Van Carter .... producer
Original Music by
Chad Hobson 
Cinematography by
Felix Wiedemann 
Film Editing by
Seth Bergstrom 
Production Design by
Matthew Button 
Art Direction by
Daniela Faggio 
Costume Design by
Rob Nicholls 
Makeup Department
Natalie Abizadeh .... makeup artist
Elle Baird .... make-up and hair designer
Nikki Belding .... makeup artist
Lynn Doron .... makeup daily
Chloe Muton-Phillips .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Lee Brazier .... executive in charge of production: AV Pictures
Joe Kotroczo .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Alex Kaye-Besley .... second assistant director
Adam Morris .... first assistant director
Art Department
Joshua Baker .... graphics
Cathy Featherstone .... production buyer
Luke Gledsdale .... assistant art director
Neil Jenkins .... standby art director
Melanie Light .... stand-by props
Marius Pogaceanu .... propmaster
Mark Stevenson-Ellis .... production buyer
Alexandra Toomey .... graphic designer
Sound Department
Frank Barlow .... sound assistant: dailies
Louise Brown .... assistant foley editor
Ed Coltman .... assistant sound editor
Naomi Dandridge .... adr recordist
Neel Dhorajiwala .... sound editor
Greg Hagen .... boom operator
Paul Hanks .... foley artist
Matthew Hansell .... boom operator
Alex Joseph .... sound re-recording mixer
Alex Joseph .... supervising sound editor
Richard Kondal .... co-supervising sound editor
Richard Kondal .... sound re-recording mixer
Richard Street .... sound re-recording mixer
Rachael Tate .... second boom operator
Simon Trundle .... foley mixer
Ian Waggott .... foley artist
Kieron Wolfson .... production sound mixer (as Kieron Teather)
Kieron Wolfson .... sound effects editor (as Kieron Teather)
Special Effects by
Mike Ralph .... main titles
Visual Effects by
David Chapman .... visual effects artist
Levan Doran .... stunt coordinator
Vincent Keane .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Sam Alberg .... additional gaffer
Owen Billcliffe .... still photographer
Nicholas Britt .... electrician
Stephen Cornacchia .... second assistant camera
Marc Covington .... steadicam operator
Anthony Dias .... dit tech
Warwick Drucker .... key grip
Alex Edyvean .... gaffer
Steven Gardner .... first assistant camera
Trevor Henen .... first assistant camera
Karl Hui .... first assistant camera
Jim Nicholas James .... best boy
Stephanie Kennedy .... second unit: second assistant camera
Ed Lancaster .... grip
Brian Lockyer .... camera trainee
Joel Rainsley .... best boy
Casting Department
Jonson D'Angelo .... extras casting
Jamie Edgerton .... extras casting assistant
Johnny Lynch .... extras casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lorna Gillieron .... costume supervisor
Laura Metcalf .... standby costume
Editorial Department
Emma McQuillen .... post-production assistant
Sandeep Sheth .... dcp technician
Matthew Troughton .... colorist
Mark Yeshin .... assistant editor
Location Management
Richard George .... location manager
Music Department
Dave Goulding .... music supervisor
Arnold Hattingh .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
James Powell .... runner driver
Other crew
Jasmine Becker-Williams .... runner
Laurence Brown .... production legal services
Lola Dauda .... script supervisor
George French .... runner
Daniel Len Frost .... medic
Kate Glover .... production coordinator
Nicole Gregory .... unit publicist
Chris Hainsworth .... Finance Executive AV Pictures
Emma Kayee .... production assistant
Ben Casciello Rogers .... runner
Joe Sharp .... runner
Harry Sloan .... runner
Paul Van Carter .... script editor

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UK:88 min

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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
A film that misses a lot of marks, 24 February 2014
Author: willcundallreview from United Kingdom


Anuvahood is an urban film which is meant to be a comedy but completely misses the marks it set's itself and then becomes a juvenile effort at being a drama. Set in London somewhere it is also a crime drama and even trying at that seems under average and poor, but let me tell you more thoroughly why it is a very poor and under average movie.

The story is not the worst I have ever seen but because it is a comedy film it makes the story seem stupid and the characters are also really silly. It moves at a fast enough pace for you to get through it and not be completely bored but by the end you feel you have wasted some of life watching this, but still go ahead and watch it, I am sure someone may like it. Finally on the story it is not dramatic either and fails to dramatise anything, well actually it is badly dramatic probably describes it better.

Adam Deacon can be a fine actor and usually we see him urban roles but in this he fails and although he is not too bad in this film, the story ruins any chance of anyone in this doing well at acting. I found some of the supporting cast boring and as if they have been plucked from an over dramatic soap, also the villain is ridiculous who although acted well in the comedy role was not funny himself and ruins again any chance of humour, just plain average acting overall.

I hated the script and is the biggest reason I didn't enjoy this film with it's stupid lines that are meant to be humour and when you finally think a thrilling part is coming out it turns out to be bad humour. In all the mess I enjoyed some of the sets they used for fights and running scenes which actually worked well with what was going on in this Urban setting. Finally Directing was superbly average and not the worst thing by a long shot, but not good either.

The only truly positive thing from this film was the more emotional part of the film where Kay played by Adam Deacon is sad to hear his family have no money and the emotion the family give off is also sad because you can see they want there son to help but he is too greedy with his own money to give it over. Other than the emotional part not much else to say at all in positivity.

I think people may like it if they have seen films like Kidulthood or Adulthood but it has more cheek like Kidulthood and of course Deacon features in these and in comedy type role in both. I am also sure someone will find it funny because I have seen worse films that people like also so it would be no surprise to see someone excited and thrilled by this.

Overall it is Very Poor if not a wholly Bad movie coming in at a rating of 4/10 ,to be fair it is a strong one of that, but goes down due to what I said. I think it is far from the worst film ever and parts are enjoyable I guess like the beginning so just watch it for yourself and see what you think about it all, it may have damaged the London Urban film market but that market of films can produce some fantastic pieces as well.

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