Anuvahood

Anuvahood
Anuvahood

Year

2011

Duration

86 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Dubbed the UK's first urban comedy film, this colourful tale paints a refreshingly playful picture of London council estate life. A simple satire that swaps grit for exaggerated laughs, and boasts many of the hottest home-grown music and young acting talents, it’s the story of loser Kenneth, aka 'K', an aspiring MC whose desire to up his zero status is hampered by the fact he’s jobless, skint and treated as a joke by everyone around him. Deciding he needs to earn some respect, not to mention quick cash, ‘K’ starts dealing drugs. But his indiscreet selling techniques only bring him more hilarious hassle, as he incurs the wrath of local bully Tyrone, and is then forced to finally choose who he wants to be, to set things straight.

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15 Classification

Contains strong violence, language, sex and frequent soft drug use.

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