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Everywhere and Nowhere (2011)

| Drama | 6 May 2011 (UK)
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A drama centered on a British Asian torn between honoring his family traditions and his love for DJing.

Director:

Menhaj Huda

Writers:

Gurpreet Bhatti (screenplay), Nazrin Choudhury (additional writing) | 2 more credits »
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Credited cast:
James Krishna Floyd ... Ash Khan (as James Floyd)
Adam Deacon ... Zaf
Alyy Khan ... Ahmed Khan
Shivani Ghai ... Sairah Khan
Shaheen Khan Shaheen Khan ... Rubena Khan
Saeed Jaffrey ... Zaf's Dad
Katia Winter ... Bella
Simon Webbe Simon Webbe ... Ronnie
Art Malik ... Uncle Mirza
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sophie Berenice Sophie Berenice ... Mandy
James Buckley ... Jamie
Aaron Chawla Aaron Chawla ... Bobby
Emma Deigman Emma Deigman ... Charlotte
Farzana Dua Elahe ... Nadia
Leah Fatania Leah Fatania ... Noor
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Ash is a man torn between two worlds: that of his family and friends and, the other, that of his dreams. This is his story, set across London with its fast paced nightlife and run ins with the law, all caught on camera from the Director of Kidulthood. Written by Anonymous

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Drama

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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 May 2011 (UK) See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Saeed Jaffrey's last film. See more »

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Kabhi Kabhi (Sukh Knight Remix)
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Good looking and sounding movie, tough subject
7 May 2011 | by mark-blytheSee all my reviews

The soundtrack and club scenes had been the draw and I was expecting a flimsy story line as a byline to an otherwise powerful music experience. The music did not disappoint, an exciting mix of club, and Asian mixes was perfectly blended into the storyline. What surprised was the story. Yes there are a lot of threads, some left incomplete, but the central character, played brilliantly by new face James Floyd, provides a strong and highly believable performance. His relationship with a beautifully cast Alyy Khan as the up tight, straight-laced traditional brother is just right. Khan's contempt for Floyd's character is exquisitely played. Floyd is supported by a great looking young cast of talented young actors, Shivani Ghai is stunning. Elyes Gabel, Neet Mohan join more mainstream Adam Deacon as the central group of friends. Gabel in particular is a revelation, engaging and good looking, but able to carry off his "screwed-up" character's role really well. The story gives a rarely seen insight into the life of young British Asian's which captures the conflicts and contradictions that exist. It is also interesting to see the family conflict not from the parents to their children but between siblings. Katia Winter and Simon Webbe add some interesting spice. Menhaj Huda as made a movie which gets over an angle and a story about growing up in London that does not fall into the trap of terrorism or East is East shallowness. This film may not be for everyone, but it is an accomplished story, with a great young cast and a stunning soundtrack.


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