Meet Kenneth. He thinks he's got the moves. He thinks he's got the swagger. He thinks he can spit bars. But in reality, he's a WASTEMAN!
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Adam Deacon ... Kenneth
Darwood Grace Darwood Grace ... Omar
Leon Black Leon Black ... Clint
Lethal Bizzle Lethal Bizzle ... Lloyd
Jazzie Zonzolo Jazzie Zonzolo ... T.J.
Richard Blackwood Richard Blackwood ... Russell
Big Narstie Big Narstie ... Supermarket Boy
Alanna Flynn Alanna Flynn ... Supermarket Girl
Paul Kaye ... Tony
Sonic Sonic ... Joe (as James Rainer)
Eddie Kadi Eddie Kadi ... Tunde
Carmel O'Connor Carmel O'Connor ... Single Mum
Dolly Adams Dolly Adams ... Mrs Dennison
Levi Roots ... Busker
Bhasker Patel ... Shopkeeper
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Kenneth (who likes to call himself Kay) begins to realise he's just another wannabe bad boy... even less than a loser in fact. After quitting his job at Laimsbury's, Kay vows to become a respected gangster... or cry trying. A pulls-no-punches, coming-of-age story, centering on one directionless hopeless "shotter", who finds his true worth in the face of urban adversity. Written by Nick Taussig

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There's a wasteman on every street!

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Comedy | Crime | Drama

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Jaime Winstone and Adam Deacon have previously starred together in Dead Set (2008) and Kidulthood (2006). See more »

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When Lilly (K's sister) steals his lyric book he chases after her. After they have done arguing, he places his lyric book down to pick up her hand games console on spits on it. He then exits the room leaving behind his lyric book which was the only reason he went in her room. See more »

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Tyrone: [Sniffing] I smell something. Mm, I know that smell, blud. If man's calculations is correct, that's the smell of *piff*, blud!
Kenneth: Yeah, I had a little zoot earlier.
Tyrone: Don't take man for a mongoose, blud! Can't disrespect man's intelligence out here, rudeboy. Man's nose *knows* what it's smelling, innit?
[sniffs]
Tyrone: You shotting piff, blud?
Kenneth: Nah, blud.
Tyrone: Oh, my days! Why you calling me blud for, blud? Do me and you look the same? I don't think so! You look like one kind of Indian blud to me.
Kenneth: I ain't even Indian, ...
Tyrone: [...]
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Featured in The Wright Stuff: Episode #15.132 (2011) See more »

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Light-hearted, quirky fun
3 July 2011 | by ChucksLuckSee all my reviews

I watched Anuvahood this evening and was actually quite impressed. OK, it's not going to win any Oscars, it's not the best plot in the world but I think it was a good effort by all. That said, I do think there is an important message in there somewhere, maybe not if you're a 31 year old 'been there, done that' adult but teenage city kids could learn a lesson or two from it.

Adam Deacon is proving himself a good little actor but I would love to see him in a different type of role before he becomes a one-trick pony and let's not forget it's his directing début, the quality of the direction of Anuvahood I think shows his potential for future projects.

Tyrone (Richie Campbell) was brilliant and provided most of the LOL moments. I was truly laughing hard at a moment involving ketchup. I thought Linda Robson was a perfect choice for K's mum. The cameo choices were genius, most notably Eddie Kadi as the traffic warden.

Good film, not brilliant but I don't think it's intending to be. I'm not sure if people will 'get' it unless they are familiar with this type of culture, I'm a Londoner so used to it but others may struggle to understand the slang and the humour. I hope that's not the case and people will give Anuvahood a go. It's nice to have a film about the gritty realism of London that's not all doom and gloom like the usual offerings.


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18 March 2011 (UK) See more »

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