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Shot on location in South London, this thoughtful drama about the recent rise in gang violence and postcode wars looks at it’s effect, both subtle and hard-hitting, on the lives of young people. Timmy and Marco have been best friends since primary school and although they have very different personalities – Timmy is sensitive and studious while Marco is street smart and in the shadows of his brother’s gang – the two have an inseparable bond. When Timmy begins to date a girl in school, and a series of violent attacks take place between local neighbourhood gangs, their friendship is brutally tested, and their lives put at risk. This creative film, which blends original music by the director with a dramatic narrative about young black men growing up with difficult circumstances, explores relevant themes in an accessible way.
London set comedy about estranged teenage brothers - one from London, the other Nigeria. A funny reminder of the importance of heritage and identity.
11+ years 88 mins
A coming-of-age tale about two rival reggae crews in South London that captures an important moment in British social history.
14+ years 91 mins
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Our curation team round-up the best films of the year for young audiences, each selecting a choice for each age-group - perfect for end of term viewing.
Reading time 6 mins
Animated adventure Frozen II reintroduces us to Elsa and her frosty friends whilst The Lion King leads this week's DVD releases
Reading time 3 mins
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