Kaz and her friends spend their days trying to get by and their nights in a homeless shelter. But how did they end up there and what does the future hold for them?

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Antonia Bird

Writer:

Al Ashton
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Aidan Gillen ... Gypo
Kate Hardie ... Kaz
Neil Smals Neil Smals ... Robbo
Robert Oates Robert Oates ... Businessman Punter
Joe Swash ... Marley
Gillian Hanna Gillian Hanna ... Eileen
George Costigan ... Sean
Steven Mackintosh ... Greg
Carol Leader Carol Leader ... Tessa
Cheryl Maiker Cheryl Maiker ... Sammy
Kevin T. Walsh Kevin T. Walsh ... Jamie
Robert Carlyle ... Nosty
Marc O'Shea Marc O'Shea ... Brendan
Jimmy Gallagher Jimmy Gallagher ... Jimmy
Louise Heaney Louise Heaney ... Nikki
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Kaz and her friends spend their days trying to get by and their nights in a homeless shelter. But how did they end up there and what does the future hold for them?

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Drama

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 October 1993 (UK) See more »

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Memories of this film!
28 March 2013 | by BR GOODSee all my reviews

One night, 20 years ago, I stumbled across this moving drama and (like the other reviewer) felt very moved by it. I was a teenager and felt sad for the kids in the film, around my age who were homeless and in need.

It was this film that got me into Billy Bragg as he performed the moving theme song.

It is a tragedy that this has not been on TV or released to buy.

The performance by Kate Hardie was superb and it was filmed in a documentary style. I have tried to track this down and may contact the BBC as it is perfect for BBC4. I believe it was from the Screenplay series but thought it was slightly earlier than 1993.

It was the first time I'd seen a drama with Robert Carlyle. I recall some scenes were filed around the Euston or Kings Cross area of London but might be wrong.


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