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DISTRIBUTION UK / Ireland

Clarke counts down 4.3.2.1 to June 2

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Clarke counts down 4.3.2.1 to June 2

BAFTA-winning British actor-writer-director Noel Clarke’s latest film, 4.3.2.1 [+see also:
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, co-directed with Mark Davis, is all set for a June 2 release in the UK and Ireland, The Works UK Distribution has announced.

Billed as a thriller, the film deals with 4 girls who have an encounter with diamond thieves resulting in 3 days of adventure in 2 cities where they have 1 chance to survive, thus explaining the title.

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The film stars Emma Roberts (Nancy Drew, Wild Child [+see also:
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), Tamsin Egerton (St. Trinian's [+see also:
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), Ophelia Lovibond (Nowhere Boy [+see also:
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, London Boulevard) and Shanika Warren-Markland (Adulthood [+see also:
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), besides Clarke himself.

Clarke has previously written the critically acclaimed Kidulthood, which was followed by sequel Adulthood, which he wrote and directed. He acted in both films and the BBC’s award winning Dr Who. He will shortly be seen in Neil Marshall’s upcoming Centurion and as the lead in Ben Miller’s Huge with Thandie Newton.

4.3.2.1 also stars Helen McCrory (Harry Potter), Kevin Smith (Clerks, Dogma), Adam Deacon (Adulthood), Michelle Ryan (Bionic Woman), Ben Drew (Adulthood, Harry Brown [+see also:
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), Ben Miller (Johnny English [+see also:
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), US rapper Eve, Sean Pertwee (The 51st State) and emerging Brit hip hop-grime artist Bashy (Adulthood).

The film is a Retro-Juice Productions and Unstoppable Entertainment production in association with Veneration Music. The Works is also an executive producer on the project. Producers are Damon Bryant, Clarke and Davis.

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