Kidulthood

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Released 2006

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Director:
Menhaj Huda
Released:
2006
Rating:
R
Kidulthood is a 2006 British drama film by director Menhaj Huda, starring Aml Ameen, Red Madrell, Noel Clark, Adam Deacon, Jaime Winstone, Femi Oyeniran, Madelein Fairley, Cornell John, Kate Magowan, Pierre Mascolo, and Rafe Spall. The movie is about the lives of a group of fifteen year old teenagers living in the Ladbroke Grove and Latimer Road area of inner west London. The area is a rough one and the lives of the teenagers are equally so. The movie tackles issues of bullying, suicide, alcohol, drugs, theft, violence, gang violence, teenage pregnancy, and death. Kidulthood is not a light feel-good film, but for those who wish to see a shockingly honest view of what it means to be young and poor in Britain, the persuasive performances and realistic storylines make Kidulthood a great movie choice. Kidulthood won a 2006 Douglas Hickox Award and a 2006 Best Screenplay Award at the Dinard British Film Festival, and it received an additional nomination for a 2006 British Independent Film Award.moreless
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