This is the original "Made in England" with out all the fluff of the recent film
Another great Alan Clarke film to go with "Scum" and "The Firm"
When teenage skinhead Trevor (Tim Roth) is apprehended smashing the windows of a shop owned by Pakistanis, social worker Harry (Eric Richard) sends him to an assessment centre where Trevor proves to be far more intelligent than one would be led to believe. But he is not easily contained, and it isn't long before he's back on the streets, stealing cars and leaving a general trail of mayhem. From a fact-based screenplay by David Leland, Alan Clarke's (SCUM, THE FIRM) film is a hard-hitting drama that received almost unanimous praise when it debuted on TV in 1983. Filmed on location in London with a documentary-style approach, and featuring the blazing screen debut of Roth, MADE IN BRITAIN is a landmark of socially conscious British cinema.