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Riot -- G.B.H. is a powerful tale of justice and vengeance starring Damien (Nick Nevern) a London copper with a past he’s trying to forget. Before signing up for the force he ran with a football firm, getting involved in tear-ups up and down the country. Now he’s on the other side of the law and faces a tough decision: side with his old crew or protect London as it burns and rioters run amok? Falling in love with fellow cop Louise (Kellie Shirley), Damien is quickly alerted to a street-level uprising that is about to shake London. Amidst the brutalities presented by the riots, Damien fights for justice at Louise’s expense. Having been raped by a rioter known to him, Damien finds himself leveling with the rioters, fighting a war he cannot win, as much against the rioters as against himself.

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Writers:
James Crow (screenplay) and
Simon Phillips (story)
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Release Date:
5 January 2013 (UK) See more »
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Tagline:
London Burns. Choose your side.
Plot:
Damien is a London copper with a past he's trying to forget. Before signing up for the force he ran with a football firm... See more » | Add synopsis »
User Reviews:
Nothing Special! 2/10 See more (13 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Nick Nevern ... Damien

Kellie Shirley ... Louise

Jenna Harrison ... Sarah

Con O'Neill ... Patrick

Peter Barrett ... Barry

Roland Manookian ... Steve

Lorraine Stanley ... Drake's Mother

Mark Harris ... Jason
Charlie Bond ... Hilary

Steven Berkoff ... Chief Constable

Merveille Lukeba ... Kyle
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Martin Askew ... Thug
Daniel Attrill ... Rioter
Stuart Bailey ... Cop
Karine Bedrossian ... Paul's Mother
Paul Blackwell ... Waiter
Lina Bo ... Girlfriend (as Lina Boycheva)
Steven Borrie ... Police Officer
Scott Bradley ... Police Constable
Andrew Carn ... Investigator 2
Darren S. Cook ... Police Riot Officer
Leon Corbin ... Rioter
Chris Cowlin ... CID Officer

Barbara D'Alterio ... Chrissie

Christopher Dane ... Harry

Simon DeSilva ... Police Constable
John Dyer ... Hooligan
Warwick Evans ... Arthur

Samuel Fava ... Paul

Susan Fordham ... CID Officer

Lee Nicholas Harris ... Police Officer
Dervis Hassan ... Baseball Bat Thug

Michael Haydon ... CID Officer

Robby Haynes ... Police Officer
Richard Herdman ... Police Officer
Chris Martin Hill ... Police Riot Officer (as Chris Hill)
Mitch Hill ... Police Sergeant
Huseyin Hussein ... Thug
Suat Ismail ... Rioter
Ally Kadambi ... Prison Visitor

Dominic Kinnaird ... Beano the Chav
Tracy Kirby ... Trish
Julian Klinger ... Prison Warden
Chris Knight ... Hooligan
Kenny Knight ... Rioter (as Ekene Ikedife)

Gil Kolirin ... Anthony
Jamie Langthorne ... Young Damien
Neil Large ... Abusive Father
Logan Lee ... Riot Police
Amanda Leong-Brophy ... Su
Darren Luckin ... Hooligan
Allistair McNab ... Rioter
Damien McPhillips ... Rioter 5
Pete Meads ... Police Officer
Roger Mendez ... Brian
Benjayx Murphy ... Doctor In A&E
Josh Nolan ... Rioter

Elise Quevedo ... Prisoner's Girlfriend
Semih Sezen ... Gang member
Terry Shipton ... Police Officer
Natascha Slasten ... Damien's Mother
Kris Sommerville ... Prison Officer
Andrew Spiers ... Investigator 1

Jay Sutherland ... Tony
Camilla Talarowska ... Nurse
Louis Taylor ... Rioter

Lucinda Rhodes Thakrar ... Cammy (as Lucinda Rhodes-Flaherty)
Nick Thomas-Webster ... Riot Police
Dani Thompson ... Abi

Vic Waghorn ... Rioter thug
Thomas Worthington ... Ben
Gary Wronecki ... Prision Officer
Lucas Yashere ... Drug Dealer
Robert Bond ... CID Officer (uncredited)

Tania Farrell ... Girl being arrested (uncredited)

Christopher G. Jones ... Pub Customer (uncredited)

Directed by
Simon Phillips 
 
Writing credits
James Crow  screenplay and
Simon Phillips  story

Produced by
Lyndon Baldock .... executive producer
Matthew Helderman .... executive producer
Toby Meredith .... co-producer
Simon Phillips .... producer
Jonathan Sothcott .... producer
Paul Tanter .... producer
Alain Wildberger .... producer
 
Cinematography by
Haider Zafar 
 
Film Editing by
Richard Colton 
 
Production Design by
Felix Coles 
 
Art Direction by
Damien McPhillips 
 
Costume Design by
Kim Tizard-Lee 
 
Makeup Department
Bethan Hollington .... makeup artist
Agnieszka Kukulka .... makeup designer
Georgia Pernigotti .... makeup artist
Nicola Pope .... make-up artist: dailies (as Nicki Pope)
Hannah Wing .... assistant makeup artist
 
Production Management
Marc Collins .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Clare Cahill .... first assistant director
Phill Reeves .... second assistant director
Yasmin Stewart .... third assistant director
 
Sound Department
Mark Apicella .... dialogue editor
Mark Apicella .... foley recordist
Tom Harburt .... production sound mixer
Jenny Lee Wright .... foley artist
Frederick Roche .... boom operator
Tom Turner .... dialogue editor
Tom Vandyk .... sound effects editor
John York .... re-recording mixer
John York .... sound designer
John York .... supervising sound editor
 
Special Effects by
Matthew Strange .... special effects supervisor
 
Stunts
Julen De Retuerto .... stunt double: Nick Nevern
Joe Golby .... assistant action coordinator
Dominic Kinnaird .... action coordinator
Sdkpr .... stunt double: policeman (stunt double)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Scott Fox Dear .... best boy
Julie Edwards .... still photographer
Demon Lee .... still photographer
Luke Oliver .... camera operator
Simon Olney .... gaffer
Darren Stuart-Neal .... camera and electrical department
Michelle Tofi .... "c" camera operator
Michelle Tofi .... assistant camera
 
Casting Department
Robby Haynes .... extras casting
Johnny Lynch .... extras casting
 
Editorial Department
Alan Andrade .... digital image technitian
Jack Jones .... colorist
 
Other crew
Alan Andrade .... digital image technitian
Taz Ayoub .... script supervisor
 

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84 min
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Oringally called "Riot" but according to leading actress Kellie Shirley it was charged because another film had that title.See more »
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Enemy Territory 2See more »

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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Nothing Special! 2/10, 8 July 2013
Author: leonblackwood from United Kingdom

Review: This is just your typical violent English movie with your usual dose of swearing, sex and violence. The acting in the movie was quite terrible for the leading actors, but the storyline wasn't too bad. I also though that the film looked pretty cheap and it just seemed to go round and round in circles. By the end of the film it just seemed like the director wanted to show how much policemen can get away with, which wasn't a smart way to portray the people who are supposed to protect public. Anyway, I wasn't that impressed with it.

Round-Up: I wasn't expecting that much from this movie so I wasn't that disappointed. Some of the scenes were pretty graphic, but there wasn't any real moral to the story. For a low budget movie, it does have a bit of substance but nothing worth watching again.

Budget: £1.5million Worldwide Gross: N/A

I recommend this movie to people who are into there violent British movies. 2/10

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