South West Nine
SW9, Brixton. Nowhere else in Britain has such a diversity of characters. Nowhere else has the madness of a true street culture. Riots, Guns, Drugs. These are the ingredients of the old Brixton. Throw in yuppies, clubbers, scammers, Internet Anarchists and Britain's most 'kicking' clubs and this is the new Brixton. Vibrant, Colourful, Exotic. South West Nine is the first movie to take a roller-coaster ride through this extraordinary square mile.
Five very different characters are thrown together in one weird, mashed up day. It started out just like any other, but 24 hours later everything had changed.
South West Nine takes you through the widescreen of the new millennium. The death of idealism, capitalism, religion and hippies. Even the drugs don't work any more. The 'summer of love' generation have come down and they're ready to riot. Seattle, Stockholm, Paris, Genoa. May Day Riots. Disunited Kingdom. The Internet is informing today's youth about the behaviour of the multinationals. And they're not happy. Punchy, provocative with a healthy dose of cynical humour. It's all kicking off.
- Type of film
- Running Time
- 95 mins
- 35mm Fuji
- Richard Parry 1st Feature
- Marie Louise Queally, Renata S. Aly
- Chris Pancott
- Richard Parry
- Director of Photography
- Graham Fowler
- Iain Voight
- David Bradnum
- Principal Cast
- Wil Johnston, Stuart Laing, Amelia Curtis, Mark Letheren, Orlejsa Edwards
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Last updated 26th November 2005