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London Hood (2014)

Journalist Anna Banbury is pulling together a feature on life after sport and her researcher has handed her an interesting mix of highly paid and low paid athletes to explore. One of the ... See full summary »

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Sean Cronin
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Cengiz Dervis ... Johnny Johnson
Dan Richardson ... Scott
Kate Braithwaite ... Anna Banbury
Sean Cronin ... Alan
Sean Lerwill ... Ricky
Ryan Oliva ... Danny
Tommie Grabiec ... Blane - Ricky's trainer
Jel Djelal ... Arthur - Alan's Minder
Bevan Viljoen Bevan Viljoen ... Stanley - Alan's Minder
Nicholas Obuhovs Nicholas Obuhovs ... Thomas - Alan's Minder
Alison Brooks Alison Brooks ... Johnny's Wife
Paul Duncan Paul Duncan ... Richard
Lee Nicholas Harris ... Gangster
Chris Martin Hill Chris Martin Hill ... Sawnoff (as Chris Hill)
Jemiyah Jemiyah ... Gansters wife
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Journalist Anna Banbury is pulling together a feature on life after sport and her researcher has handed her an interesting mix of highly paid and low paid athletes to explore. One of the potential candidates is a former world champion kickboxer Johnny Johnson who appears to have abruptly left the sport in a shadow of speculation around a gambling addiction and major debts. Anna manages to land an interview with the former fighter and quickly finds herself exposed to the truth and hurled into experiencing a very dark side of London and uncovers a noble secret that only Johnny and his trainer Scott share... Written by Fight Me Productions

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Short | Action | Thriller

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Two thumbs up!
11 April 2016 | by geraldyelvertonSee all my reviews

I recently had the pleasure of screening the short film London Hood. The story of a journalist researching a former fighter is a delightful yet powerful piece of cinema.

Writer and lead actor Cengiz Dervis does a wonderful job portraying the former fighter who may have left the sport due to underhanded gambling. He has written a tale that keeps you on the edge of your seat the entire way through.

Director Sean Cronin masterfully pieces together a film that is short enough to keep your attention in this movie that runs a little over 20 minutes.

Definitely give London Hood a fighting chance.


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UK

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English

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1 December 2014 (UK) See more »

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