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Gone Too Far (2013)

GONE TOO FAR follows two estranged teenage brothers over the course of a single day as they meet for the first time, and struggle to accept each other for who they are. Yemi can't wait for ... See full summary »


Destiny Ekaragha


Bola Agbaje
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Credited cast:
Malachi Kirby ... Yemi
Kulvinder Ghir ... Bossman
Tosin Cole ... Razer
Adelayo Adedayo ... Paris
Gamba Cole ... Shane
Bhasker Patel ... Mr. Patel
Ashley Chin ... Mark
Shanika Warren-Markland ... Armani
Pooja Shah ... Aisha
Eddie Bagayawa ... Cook (as Eddie Ruben)
O.C. Ukeje ... Iku
Wai Wong ... Mr. Wong
Liz Sutherland Liz Sutherland ... Mrs. Wong
Golda John Golda John ... Mum
Sandra Michelle Sandra Michelle ... Angry Girlfriend


GONE TOO FAR follows two estranged teenage brothers over the course of a single day as they meet for the first time, and struggle to accept each other for who they are. Yemi can't wait for his big brother to join him on the estate in Peckham - but when Ikudayisi arrives from Nigeria wearing socks and sandals Yemi questions both his judgement and his African heritage. A day on the estate filled with danger and excitement teaches both of them the values of family and self respect. Written by Rob Watson

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Release Date:

10 October 2014 (UK) See more »

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Gone Too Far! See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK

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Mr. Patel and Yemi both appear in an episode of Doctor Who (S4E11 and S9E12 respectively), as well as Razer who is a full time companion from series 11. See more »


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22 March 2019 | by silvio-mitsubishiSee all my reviews

I watched to the end, so it is not bad enough to be unbearable but it is certainly nothing special. The film never seems to decide who its audience is: London streetwise gang members or fresh off the boat migrants. The approach is largely childlike and, apart from some strong language and misplaced violence and drug use, could have been a family treat. The fight scenes are incongruous and throwaway, and any attempt at addressing romantic relationships is primary school playground level.

Attempts to contrast Yemi's Peckham life with Ikudayisi's Nigerian background are flimsy, and it is hard to imagine two brothers /half-brothers reaching the age they do while knowing so little about each other. In fact, it is the newcomer Iku who seems to know their mother better. It is impossible to conceive that Yemi speaks no Yoruba, considering how often his mother lapses into it. The understanding most characters have of African / Caribbean / British aspects of their heritage is frankly offensive. People seem to drift through the single day with no sense of purpose, shifting from an Indian shop to a Chinese restaurant, in and out of a pirate radio station, play areas, residential streets, the library (why did two characters find themselves inside?). The representation of a teenage PCSO wannabe is tasteless.

The film is a time passer. I would not sit down to watch it, but it was on and it held my attention, just, for its duration. I am not proud to have watched it; the boundary between innocent 1970s humour and blunt racism is always too close for real comfort, but if you happen to catch it you are unlikely to throw down your remote control and leave the room in disgust.

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