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Release Date:
10 September 2012 (UK) See more »
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A teenage boy is gunned down outside a nightclub and a young girl dies in a hit and run in two seemingly unrelated deaths. Deeva Jani, returns home to clear her brother Vipon of the shooting and soon discovers a much deeper conspiracy. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 

Kaya Scodelario ... Sally Weaver

Nathalie Emmanuel ... Carla

Stephen Dillane ... DCI Edward Stone

Michael Socha ... Tony Marchetto

Parminder Nagra ... Deeva Jani

Gregg Chillin ... Ricky Shah

Jonas Armstrong ... Clint O'Connor

Kierston Wareing ... Francesca Marchetto

Melanie Hill ... Elizabeth Fitch

Nichola Burley ... Andrea Patterson

Nicola Posener ... TV News Anchor
Calvin Demba ... Inmate 1
Emma Fielding ... Jean Weaver

Derek Riddell ... DI Mellis

Forbes KB ... Daz

Bhasker Patel ... Satish Jani

Alex Lanipekun ... Jude Clarke
Fady Elsayed ... Ray
Jack Bence ... Pete Fitch
Pal Aron ... Amalesh Khan
Tom Knight ... Patrick Channing

Nick Donald ... Supporting Artist

Ian Ralph ... Bill Lyons
Neal Barry ... Darren Fitch

Stephanie Habgood ... Prison Visitor
Myriam Acharki ... Boss
Amanda Smith ... Office Worker
Surendra Kochar ... Grandma Jani

Joanna Pope ... Doctor Starkey
Darren Jones ... Mortuary Security Guard
James French ... Zazou
Sebastian Nanena ... Vipon Jani
Hammed Animashaun ... Wayne
Zed Rodgers ... Dr. Scott
Matthew Royer ... Dean
Jj Pamphilon ... Inmate 2
Rani Moorthy ... Sita Jani
Sevda Levent ... Kellie the Receptionist
Ed Hancock ... Reporter 1
Rowan Scarborough ... Police Technician
Daisy Turner ... Nina
Avita Jay ... Reporter 2

Fiona Lucie Campbell ... Prison Visitor / Market Shopper
Sarah Jane-Lee ... Woman in waiting room
Rhys Hollis ... Louis - Vigil Mourner
Chuko Selema ... Harold
Jason Primus ... AJ
RoxXxan ... Rapper
Selza Carter ... (uncredited)
Ayse Ferguson ... (uncredited)
Dominic Gladwin ... Young Offender (uncredited)
Clarisse Loughrey ... Secretary (uncredited)
Alex Moore ... (uncredited)
Vojislav Scelovic ... (uncredited)

Michelle Somerszaule ... Family Mourner (uncredited)
Sarah Stubbs ... Office worker (uncredited)

Mikko Vartiainen ... (uncredited)

Leila Wong ... (uncredited)
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Directed by
David Kew 
Neil Thompson 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Paul Abbott 
Jimmy Dowdall 

Produced by
Martin Carr .... producer
Paul Coe .... associate producer
Rosalind De Aragues .... associate producer
Sonita Gale .... executive producer
John Harrison .... executive producer
Mike Harrison .... executive producer
Alex Kollakis .... executive producer
Tina Pawlik .... line producer
Kellie Stevenson .... associate producer
Neil Thompson .... producer
Jonathan Willis .... executive producer
Michael C. Wright .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Ruth Barrett (music composer)
 
Cinematography by
Mike Beresford-Jones 
 
Film Editing by
David Kew 
 
Casting by
Alice Searby 
Fiona Weir 
 
Production Design by
Chris Richmond 
 
Art Direction by
Adam A. Makin 
Julian Weaver 
 
Costume Design by
Lisa Mitton 
 
Makeup Department
My Alehammar .... makeup supervisor
Liz Boshell .... makeup artist
Hannah Edwards .... makeup designer
Kristyan Mallett .... tattoo artist
Karolina Scheepers .... makeup artist
Victoria Wallen .... makeup artist: second unit
Pippa Woods .... additional makeup artist
 
Production Management
Lee Brazier .... executive in charge of production: AV Pictures
Katie Shahrokh .... post-production manager
Joe Walker .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
John Adams .... first assistant director
Paul Coe .... second unit director
Jessica Corlett .... third assistant director
Charles Oakden .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Joe Barcham .... dressing props
Blair Barnette .... scenic artist
Kaush Bharti .... graphic designer
Roddy Dolan .... construction
Hannah Evans .... props buyer
Katya Guy .... buyer
Tristan King .... construction
Jason Line .... painter
Richard Maris .... painter
Anna Michaeloudiou .... art department trainee
Ewan Robertson .... property master
David Sawyer .... construction
Boadicea Shouls .... art department assistant
Hattie Stewer .... art department trainee
Michael Taylor .... daily prop hand
Charlotte Tymms .... second unit
Oli van der Vijver .... stand-by art director
Daniel Wharton .... painter
 
Sound Department
Nigel Albermaniche .... production sound mixer
Paula Boram .... foley artist
Ricky Butt .... foley artist
Bryn Duffy .... sound assistant
Tom Foster .... foley editor
Marc Hope .... foley editor
James Hosker .... foley assistant
Blair Jollands .... sound designer
Claire Mahoney .... foley artist
Andrew Quinney .... boom operator
Stuart Read .... foley mixer
Nigel Squibbs .... sound re-recording mixer
Richard Williams .... foley editor
 
Special Effects by
Simon Cockren .... special effects senior technician
Alexander Gunn .... special effects supervisor
Clive Shaw .... armourer
Matthew Strange .... lead armourer
 
Visual Effects by
Kaush Bharti .... titles designer
 
Stunts
Dominic Gladwin .... assistant to stunt coordinator
Omar Husein .... stunts
Russell MacLeod .... stunt performer
Kim McGarrity .... stunts
Patrick Meehan .... stunts
Peter Pedrero .... stunt coordinator
Andy Smart .... stunts
Kie Willis .... freerunning performer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Kaush Bharti .... stills
Amos Bowler .... grip: second unit
Jeremy Braben .... aerial director of photography
James Bridger .... electrician
Dominique Cheung .... second assistant camera
Stephen Cornacchia .... second assistant camera
Louisa Court .... key grip
Chris Dodds .... focus puller: dailies
Kilian Drury .... electrician
Matt Fisher .... director of photography: second unit
Trevor Henen .... first assistant camera
Chris Kane .... focus puller: second unit
George Kollakis .... camera operator: second unit
Natasha Luchmun .... first assistant director: second unit
Zack Lyon .... spark: dailies
Pete Murray .... steadicam operator
Kevan Noble .... gaffer
Kevan Noble .... gaffer: second unit
Sean O'Donoghue .... assistant to grip
Nathan Sheppard .... camera operator: second unit
Adam Slater .... electrician: daily
Owen A. Smith .... second unit: camera operator
Scott Sullivan .... assistant camera
Oliver Ward .... heli-technician
Rick Woollard .... steadicam operator
 
Casting Department
Chuck Douglas .... extras casting
Aurora Jay .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Rachel Frost .... costume maker
Emily Newby .... costume standby
Alex Watherston .... costume supervisor
Jenny Watkins .... costume trainee
 
Editorial Department
Sakshi Bhatia .... title designer
Michelle Cort .... digital intermediate film technician
Andrew Daniel .... colourist
Tim Drewett .... digital intermediate technician
François Kamffer .... digital intermediate technician
Justin Lanchbury .... digital intermediate film consultant
Steve Owen .... data transfer
Jateen Patel .... digital intermediate conform editor
Daniel Petiafo .... dit technician
Thy Quach .... assistant editor
Katelin Westwood .... data transfer
James Panting .... edit assistant (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Jake Jackson .... score engineer
Steve Parr .... music mixer
 
Transportation Department
Chris Driver .... minibus driver: second unit
Peter Glover .... unit driver
Owen A. Smith .... production driver
Jan Zalar .... unit driver
 
Other crew
Lee Brazier .... production executive: AV Pictures
Ella Chaitow .... production coordinator
James Cleave .... floor runner
Mike Crockford .... unit medic
Mark Cushman .... assistant location manager
Ian Evans .... helicopter pilot
Chris Fowles .... production assistant
Dominic Gladwin .... floor runner
Joseph Hall .... production assistant
Joy Harrison .... production assistant
David Johnstone .... insurance services: Media Insurance Brokers
Julia Jones .... unit publicist
Kieran Katwala .... floor runner
George Kellakis .... production assistant
Natasha Luchmun .... continuity supervisor
Al Mackay .... location scout
John Maloney .... security
Michela Marini .... floor runner
Maria Michaeloudiou .... runner
Ben O'Farrell .... location manager
James Panting .... floor runner
Leon Rothera .... head chef
Petr Svoboda .... floor runner
Marina Tyndall .... dialect coach: Nichola Burley
Paul Webster .... health and safety officer
Jamie Wolpert .... script editor
 
Thanks
Warner Stephens .... special thanks
 

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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Utter drivel !, 16 March 2013
Author: aford777 from United Kingdom

If you liked 'Bend it Like Beckham', or any episode of Scooby Doo, you are associated with the film , or you are a moron, you will like this Movie.

For the rest of us it is utter drivel. Laughingly billed as a Thriller, it is sadly typical of parochial, twee, out-of-touch British-film making at its worst. From the ridiculously premised and clichéd Plot ie Young Asian Fashion executive turns Detective to clear her brother of murder( Think Get Carter meets 'The Kumars'... and there is no great 'twist-ending' as previously stated in a 'friendly' review), to the patronising 'gritty, street' overlay that is about as gritty and street as an episode of Eastenders.

The casting is dreadful, full of hammy British B-List ensemble, cartoon-character Asians with Conti rent-a-yob types as the baddies. The script is cliché-ridden and woefully out of touch. The locations and settings are every media-types view of how London 'really is'. This is nothing like the real London. I know, I was born here and still live here

The Cinematography is average at best and again cliché-ridden ( cue regular backdrops of the Dome, Canary Wharf etc....

But the worst aspect of this whole sorry mess is that films like this are still being made and are an insult to the British Film Industry. Thank God for ' Welcome to the Punch' !

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