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Bradford Riots (2006)

Bradford Riots tells the story of the 2001 riots and their aftermath from the point of view of an Asian family.

Director:

Neil Biswas

Writer:

Neil Biswas
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sacha Dhawan ... Karim
Ace Bhatti ... Faisal
Victor Banerjee ... Azad
Manjinder Virk ... Shazia
Syed Ahmed Syed Ahmed ... Aki
Zaid Munir ... Jav
Bailey Dyson Bailey Dyson ... Imtiaz
Muzz Khan ... Shahid
John Lloyd Fillingham ... DC Grange
Kish Sharma Kish Sharma ... Hasan
Nick Sampson Nick Sampson ... Judge
Ernest Ignatius ... Imam
Adil Mohammed Javed Adil Mohammed Javed ... Hanif
Hamayoun Al-Rashid Hamayoun Al-Rashid ... Kamrooz
Moey Hassan Moey Hassan ... Ahmed
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Storyline

Bradford Riots tells the story of the 2001 riots and their aftermath from the point of view of an Asian family. Written by Mark Bentley

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Do you remember the 7th July 2001? Karim does.

Genres:

Drama

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Details

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 May 2006 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Exegersi sto Bradford See more »

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Technical Specs

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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racism is not accountable and religion isn't to blame
10 May 2006 | by bad_gyal_shmzSee all my reviews

i was very disappointed when i saw this film on t.v. It failed to show that both of the parties were involved, both Asian and white, but inevitably you decided to frame the Asian community who all live in Bradford.after the film was broadcast on T.V. the amount of racism has increased in our communities, due to the nature of the film. you clearly showed a bias point of view and failed to get the Asian view across, which clearly shows that Asians are only seen as terrorists, thugs, bullies and criminals. but what you failed to realise is that you obviously didn't consider what the after affects would be of this film being produced, because now the amount of racism has increased just because of the film being produced one thing you have to realise is that there are always 2 sides to a story n you only showed one and it was obviously the wrong one!!!


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