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Opens with a quote describing the UK's 1994 'Criminal Justice and Public Order Act' which, essentially, banned gatherings of more than twenty people listening to music "predominantly characterized by the emission of a succession of repetitive beats." See more »
Brilliant film. If you weren't there, maybe not for you. The story is OK, but I can relate. The experiences in virtually every scene I'm very family with!haha. The reason I am making this comment is to commend the writer, producer etc on the atmosphere created in the actual rave scene. From spanner being off it, to the tunes, to the shooting of it. But especially the plod brutality. For people who may think the police actions were over the top, no. Police brutality was rife at the parties, I went from 89 to 93,was lifted in the biggest arrest in British history at Leeds. I saw many party goers cracked with battens because the thin blue line was told to. Good on the film makers for not shying away from the subject. Thanks for the memories!
Ps. I think some of your tunes were slightly out year wise, 1990,91 not 94.just being picky though!
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