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THE PURIFIERS

by Richard Jobson

synopsis

A new type of gang has taken over the troubled violent inner cities of the U.K. Tired of hopeless government initiatives and bad policing, younger more focused activists respond by creating their own community infrastructure, gaining a formidable reputation protecting their neighbourhoods from social and moral collapse. When a meeting is called in Manchester attended by all of the gang members, the idea of uniting all of the gangs as one single all-powerful confederation is presented.

international title: THE PURIFIERS
original title: THE PURIFIERS
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: Park Entertainment
year: 2003
genre: fiction
directed by: Richard Jobson
film run: 85'
screenplay: Richard Jobson
cast: Kevin McKidd, Dominic Monaghan, Amber Sainsbury, Rachel Grant, Gordon Alexander
cinematography by: John Rhodes
film editing: Yannis Sakaridis
art director: Erik Rehl
costumes designer: Francesca Oddi
music: Arban Ornelas, Vincent Watts, Steven Severin
producer: Bill Kenwright, Chris Atkins, Richard Jobson
production: Vestry Films, Bill Kenwright Films Ltd, S2S Post
distributor: Working Title Films
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