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Urban Hymn (2015)

TV-14 | | Crime , Drama | 12 May 2017 (USA)
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Urban Hymn follows a troubled teenage girl, Jamie, who possesses an amazing singing voice, and an inspiring and unconventional social worker, Kate, who encourages her to use it.

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Nick Moorcroft
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Cast

Credited cast:
Letitia Wright ... Jamie Harrison
Steven Mackintosh ... David Linton
Shirley Henderson ... Kate Linton
Ian Hart ... Ian Wilson
Isabella Laughland ... Leanne Dixon
Katie Redford ... Lisa
Shaun Parkes ... Charlie
Caroline O'Neill ... Fiona
Jack McMullen ... Dean
George Somner ... Liam
Kirsty J. Curtis ... Prison Bully
Matthew Steer ... Michael
Martin Turner ... Youth Court Judge
Russell Balogh ... Police Officer
McKell David ... Ryan
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A redemptive coming of age story about a wayward teen, Jamie (Letitia Wright), who is encouraged by an inspiring and unconventional social worker Kate (Shirley Henderson), to use singing as an escape from her troubled background. Jamie's loyalties soon become torn between Kate and her possessive and volatile best friend, Leanne (Isabella Laughland). Written by Level 33 Entertainment

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The streets have a new voice See more »

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Crime | Drama

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 May 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Sehrin Sarkisi See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK

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$3,000,000 (estimated)
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Color
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Car Crash
Performed by Letitia Wright & The Urban Hymn Choir
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A gem of a film!

With cheesy teenage films coming out in the main stream I found it incredibly refreshing to get the opportunity to see the authentic and honest independent drama "Urban Hymn". This raw movie is about a troubled teen (Letitia Wright) who gets mentored by altruistic social worker (Shirley Henderson) who persuades her to take her talents of singing and performance and seek a healthy and successful life with it. This impactful movie opened my eyes to the importance of helping someone in need and the dangers of being around toxic and manipulative people. I genuinely feel that this coming-of-age film has so many valuable lessons revolving around never giving up, following your own passion, and accepting help from those open to giving it. I enjoyed seeing how Jamie and Kate (Shirley Henderson) friendship become stronger over time and I think it was incredibly meaningful that Jamie uses Kate's life advice and lessons to help her live the life she is entitled to even after Kate is gone. Another meaningful scene was when Jamie's (Letitia Wright) reckless friends barge in to Jamie's chorus group and make fun of the class, and Jamie tells them to leave and stands up for herself and the other chorus singers. It shows how much character development she has gone through and made me so excited to see her character transform in such a positive way. I loved every minute of this heart-wrenching and I highly recommend you taking the time to watch this!


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