Follows a gang of small time crooks in an English town. Malc is in danger of losing his girlfriend Kate if he doesn't spend more time at home and the gang leader Jumbo looks like he is ... See full summary »
Two twelve-year-old boys, Romeo and Gavin, undergo an extraordinary test of character and friendship when Morell, a naive but eccentric and dangerous stranger, comes between them. Morell ... See full summary »
In a typical English working-class town, the juveniles have nothing more to do than hang around in gangs. One day, Alan Darcy, a highly motivated man with the same kind of youth experience,... See full summary »
Rock roadie, Le Donk, has lived, loved and learned. Along the way, he's lost a classy girlfriend but gained a sidekick, Scorz-Ayz-Ee. He sets out to make Scorz a star with a little help from the Artic Monkeys.
Christmas 1988. Soulmates, woody and Lol find themselves in exile from each other and the gang. Trying to understand the definition 'growing up', Shaun begins a course at College, that quickly takes the wrong turn.
Mark Sherbet is a young man obsessed with American wrestling. He dreams of becoming a professional wrestler but he has no idea what he is letting himself in for. Unfortunately for him, Mike couldn't punch his way out of a paper bag.
Shane Meadows' debut short film, 'Where's the Money, Ronnie?', tells a succinct, simple story - four men are interviewed by the police in the aftermath of a grotty, small town murder. There's not much story, not much in the way of fancy camera work either - but what does come to light is Meadows' ability to make human characters out of reprehensible losers, including the eponymous Ronnie, played by Meadows himself. The use of black and white was carried over into his first feature, 'TwentyFourSeven'. I might not have tipped him for greatness of the basis of this, but others did - and the result is one the best catalogues of modern British film.
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