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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, starts trying to get the young people off the... See more »

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Tim
Toby ...
Woody
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Alan Darcy
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Tim's Dad
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Tim's Mother
Justin Brady ...
Gadget
James Hooton ...
'Wolfman' Knighty
Darren Campbell ...
Daz
Krishan Beresford ...
Young Darcy
Karl Collins ...
Stuart
Anthony Clarke ...
Youngy
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Benny
Jimmy Hynd ...
Meggy
Mat Hand ...
Wesley Fagash
Dominic Dillon ...
Court Security Man (as Lord Dominic Dillon of Eldon)
Ian Smith ...
Prosecutor
Tanya Myers ...
Sally the Judge
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Ronnie Marsh
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Tonka
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Gadget's Dad
Collin Higgins ...
Knighty's Dad
Jo Bell ...
Jo
Pamela Cundell ...
Auntie Iris
Gina Aris ...
Sharon
Sammy Pasha ...
Jimmy Marsh
Paul Fraser ...
Photographer
Ladene Hall ...
Daz's Girlfriend
Dena Smiles ...
Meggy's Girlfriend
John Baxter ...
Man Outside Shop
Maureen O'Grady ...
Knighty's Mom
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Man with Saucepan on Head (as Lord Shane Meadows of Eldon)
Ben Rothwell ...
Man Selling Flowers
Ron Bissel ...
Boxing Match Judge
Mick Bleakley ...
Boxing Match Judge
Derek Osborne ...
Boxing Match Judge
Derek Groombridge ...
Staffordshire Coach
Liam Walsh ...
Staffordshire Boxer
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Staffordshire Boxer
Dave Miller ...
Phil 'The Animal' Yates
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Stephen S. Stephenson, Jr. (as Ginger Keane)
Sun Hand ...
Jordon Fangash
Sarah Thom ...
Fangash's Girl

Directed by

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Shane Meadows

Written by

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Paul Fraser ... (written by)
 
Shane Meadows ... (written by)

Produced by

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George Faber ... executive producer
Sally French ... line producer
Nik Powell ... executive producer
David M. Thompson ... executive producer
Imogen West ... producer
Stephen Woolley ... executive producer

Music by

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Boo Hewerdine
Neil MacColl

Cinematography by

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Ashley Rowe ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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William Diver ... (as Bill Diver)

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Lorraine Armstrong-Esther ... post-production coordinator
Carol Houtman ... assistant editor
Coral Houtman ... assistant editor
Stephen Law ... post-production: delivery
Clive Noakes ... color grader
Tom Mayclim ... negative cutting assistant (uncredited)
Vaughn Mullady ... negative cutter (uncredited)

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Abi Cohen

Production Design by

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John Paul Kelly

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Niall Moroney

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Astrid Sieben

Costume Design by

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Philip Crichton

Makeup Department

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Scott Beswick ... additional hair stylist / additional makeup artist
Suzanna Botterill ... additional assistant hair stylist / additional assistant makeup artist
Adrian McKenzie ... additional assistant hair stylist / additional assistant makeup artist
Pebbles ... chief hair designer / chief makeup designer
Tapio Salmi ... hair stylist / makeup artist
Melissa Walsh ... additional assistant hair stylist / additional assistant makeup artist

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Gus Maclean ... assistant director
Pauline Oni ... second assistant director
Ben Rothwell ... third assistant director
Gareth Williams ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Kenny Augustin ... property master (as Kenneth Augustin)
Brian Bird ... dressing props
Gill Edwards ... production buyer (as Gillian Edwards)
Carl Jones ... props runaround
Emma MacDevitt ... art department assistant
Chaz Prestidge ... stand-by construction manager (as Chas Prestidge)
Polly Richards ... assistant art director
Astrid Sieben ... production buyer
Adam Southgate ... stand-by props

Sound Department

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Julie Ankerson ... foley artist
Anstey Bligh ... trainee sound assistant
Jens Christensen ... dubbing assistant
John Coates ... boom operator
John Fewell ... foley artist
Simon Gershon ... dubbing editor / sound designer
Paul Harris ... adr recordist
Dave McGrath ... dialogue editor
Julian Pinn ... sound consultant: Dolby
Jeremy Price ... foley editor / foley recordist
Rosie Straker ... sound mixer / sound

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Tim Baxter ... optical effects
John Markwell ... special effects

Stunts

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Vincent Keane ... stunt coordinator (as Ginger Keane)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Joss Barratt ... additional still photographer
Ian Clark ... focus puller
Paul Dibden ... electrician
Richie Donnelly ... clapper loader
John Donoghue ... gaffer
Abbie Ewing ... additional electrician (as Abbi Ewen)
Dave Glossop ... stand-by rigger (as David Glossop)
Kevin Higgins ... camera grip
John Howes ... crane technician
Bob Langridge ... grip: second camera
Andy Newall ... focus puller: second camera
Kenny Palmer ... additional electrician
Ashley Rowe ... camera operator
Gregory Shummon ... gaffer
Laurie Sparham ... still photographer
Alan Stoyles ... stand-by rigger
William Tracey ... best boy
David Wall ... electrician
Nigel Willoughby ... camera operator: second camera
Edward Wright ... camera trainee

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Tami French ... additional wardrobe assistant
Theresa Hughes ... wardrobe supervisor
David Sanderson ... wardrobe assistant

Location Management

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Rob Jones ... location manager
Mick O'Reilly ... location assistant
Alison Pitman ... location assistant

Music Department

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Boo Hewerdine ... music producer

Script and Continuity Department

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Cathy Doubleday ... script supervisor
Robyn Slovo ... script editor

Transportation Department

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Jason Millward ... Rushes Driver

Other crew

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Dena Barnett ... floor runner
Dominic Dillon ... assistant to director
Janey Dillon ... floor runner
Sara Dixon ... accounting assistant
Derek Groombridge ... boxing advisor
S.A. Halewood ... production secretary (as Suzie Halewood)
Vikki Luya ... unit publicist
Lita O'Sullivan ... production accountant
Sammy Pasha ... assistant: Bob Hoskins
Winnie Wishart ... production coordinator
Nigel Wood ... production accountant
Philippa Wood ... assistant to executive producer
Steve Zielinski ... head of business affairs (uncredited)

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Plot 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, starts trying to get the young people off the street and into doing something they can believe in: Boxing. Soon he opens a training facility which is accepted gratefully by them and the gangs start to grow together into friends. Darcy manages to organize a public fight for them to prove what they have learned. A training camp with hiking tours into the mountains of Wales forge the group into a tight-knit club society. With the day of the fight drawing closer, the young boxers get more and more excited. Written by Julian Reischl

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Also Known As
  • Twentyfour Seven (United Kingdom)
  • Twenty Four Seven (World-wide, English title)
  • Twentyfour Seven (United States)
  • 24 heures sur 24 (France)
  • Okrągły tydzień (Poland)
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  • 96 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United Kingdom GBP43,339, 17 Apr 1998

Did You Know?

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Trivia Shane Meadows wrote the part of Darcy specifically for Bob Hoskins. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in James Corden (2017). See more »
Soundtracks Wild Night See more »
Quotes Ronnie Marsh: [handing Darcy a wad of money] Here's an orangutan; a serious monkey.
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