Bullet Boy

Bullet Boy
Bullet Boy

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Year

2004

Duration

89 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

Having just been released from prison, Ricky returns to his east London council estate and finds himself reluctantly pulled back into a life of violence. The effect of Ricky's behaviour on his family is devastating. With gun crime spreading across the city, he discovers that even a dispute over a broken wing-mirror can spiral out of control and produce the most dire consequences.

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15 Classification

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