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100 Streets (2016)

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Three people, three extraordinary stories. All lived out within a hundred London streets.

Director:

Jim O'Hanlon

Writer:

Leon Butler

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Cast

Credited cast:
Idris Elba ... Max
Gemma Arterton ... Emily
Tom Cullen ... Jake
Kierston Wareing ... Kathy
Ryan Gage ... Vincent
Charlie Creed-Miles ... George
Ken Stott ... Terence
Franz Drameh ... Kingsley
Ashley Thomas ... Jules
Mark Frost ... Reesy
Emily Wyatt ... PR Girl
Lorraine Stanley ... Tina
Mark Aiken ... Keith Negotiator
Winston Ellis ... Bouncer
Jordan A. Nash ... Leo
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Three people, three extraordinary stories. All lived out within a hundred London streets.

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Every street has a story. See more »

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Drama

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 January 2017 (USA) See more »

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100 Streets See more »

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Budget:

€3,000,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

Ken Stott and Charlie Creed-Miles previously appeared together in Antoine Fuqua's King Arthur (2004) as a Roman landowner and one of his serfs (respectively). See more »

Connections

Featured in Film '72: Episode #45.9 (2016) See more »

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Hole In My Heart
Written by Angus Powell
Performed by Angus Powell
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Raw, intense and very watchable
1 August 2018 | by nickwhite-19645See all my reviews

Netflix suggested I watch this after seeing 'Brighton Rock' and I can see why. The intensity of the characters' demise and their struggle to make sense of what happens makes for compelling viewing.The setting is everything, from the local football club to Battersea Bridge and all streets in between. While the characters don't cross over too much (which might make it a bit of a soap opera) they make subtle references which keeps the viewer guessing. I guess the theme is around disintegration and how we all cope when things seem to deteriorate. A really absorbing film, well worth a watch.


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