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In this documentary, a group of filmmakers are inspired by a photo of Toxteth taken in the 1970s by photojournalist Don McCullin to explore the community as it stands now. This inner-city area of Liverpool, also known by its postcode ‘Liverpool 8’, is historically known as a working-class and diverse area, where many religions and cultures co-exist, but which has been unfortunately known for a high rate of unemployment and crime. The film explores, through different approaches by local filmmakers, the Toxteth of today and heads to the crux of the often-misunderstood community - the residents that make it such a unique place, ranging from artists to beekeepers. This creative documentary is a warm portrait of a community and explores contemporary issues in the UK.
infrequent strong language
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