Kidulthood

Kidulthood
Kidulthood

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Year

2006

Duration

89 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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An award-winning slice-of-life drama set on some of the meaner streets of west London, Kidulthood pulls no punches in its depiction of alienated youth - and certainly provides fuel for thought regarding the pressures facing today's teens. When a bullied girl takes her own life, her classmates are given the day off school for reflection - but what follows instead is a binge of anti-social and self-destructive behaviour that brings them all to crisis point.

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