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SOUTH WEST NINE

by Richard Parry

synopsis

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.

original title: SOUTH WEST NINE
country: United Kingdom
year: 2000
genre: fiction
directed by: Richard Parry
film run: 95'
release date: UK 12/10/2001
screenplay: Richard Parry
cast: Wil Johnston, Stuart Laing, Amelia Curtis, Mark Letheren, Orlejsa Edwards
cinematography by: Graham Fowler
film editing: Chris Pancott
music: David Bradnum
producer: Allan Niblo
production: Fruit Salad Films / Irish Screen
distributor: Fruit Salad Distribution
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