This is an great deal Powerplay are offering here. A film definitely worth a watch for £just £1.82 delivered to your door.
The real story of youth in the nineties is this: chemicals, clubs, bars, pubs, pushing the vinyl, blagging the guest list, mobile phones, trainers, combats, care-less, monged, mashed, sorted, safe. And it's right here in first time writer-director Justin Kerrigan's Human Traffic, in all its pupil-dilated, teeth-grinding, club-hopping glory. The film focuses on the lives and loves of five individuals, who spend their week working mundane jobs, waiting for the weekend so that they can immerse themselves in a whirl of pubs, clubs and parties.Revolving around a single, meticulously planned and titanically drug-addled night out in Cardiff, Human traffic is the first and last word in club-culture. With Pete Tong's soundtrack and featuring FatBoy Slim, Orbital, The Chemical Brothers, Underworld and Armand Van Helden, and cameos from DJ Carl Cox, comedienne Jo Brand and 'Mr Nice' Howard Marks, Human Traffic treats you to one night out you won't want to miss.
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