Riot on Redchurch Street

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Riot on Redchurch Street

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Thu Jun 20 2013

The seedy underworld of Shoreditch – a stomping ground for drug addicts, gangsters, illicit lovers and hipster musicians alike – provides the axis for Trevor Miller’s debut. Drama initially stems from the love triangle between Hackney’s budding talent in rock n’ roll (Rhys James),  his crumbling manager (Sam Hazeldine) and a promiscuous French girl (Alysson Paradis). A cockney mobster played by the convincing Jesse Birdsall soon gives everyone a lot more to worry about than the triviality of who’s sleeping with who.

Although the film’s message is sincere – that raucous subcultures alongside xenophobic attitudes are a recipe for disaster – it can feel a hybrid between 'Gangster No. 1' and 'Stalking Pete Doherty'. Not one for the faint hearted.

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UK release:

2013

Duration:

93 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Trevor Miller

Screenwriter:

Trevor Miller

Cast:

Sam Hazeldine, Jesse Birdsall

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Shaun

A great debut - Gritty & epic - independent British cinema at it's best

Shaun

A great debut - Gritty & epic - independent British cinema at it's best