Kidulthood DVD £2.89 + Free Delivery @ Sendit
Kidulthood DVD £2.89 + Free Delivery @ Sendit

Kidulthood DVD £2.89 + Free Delivery @ Sendit

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For 15-year-old Trife, a boy from West London, life is a day-to-day struggle. Trapped between the worlds of his school friends, the girl he loves, and the draw of his powerful and dangerous uncle, Trife must choose between the path he knows is right and a life of guns, drugs and violence that he has come to know only too well.

When a class mate's suicide leave Trife and his crew, Mooney and Jay, with the day off school it seems overshadowed by the opportunity to shop, get high, get laid and party - but in a world where sex is currency, drugs are easy, and violence is a way of life, trouble can never be too far around the corner. On these streets kids grow up fast...and 48 hours...can be a lifetime.

A few pence more throughout the same group, if you (Quidco) prefer



As picked up at the WH Smith version of the group site by Happy_man nearly a week ago.


(I KNOW it's allowed etc, but credit should be given to him, as he pointed it out first)

funny film got to love the way they talk!

Excellent movie. Bargain!

Good grimey Brit movie

Great movie, really good acting and direction, easily worth the cash, also check out the sequel Adulthood, really good movie too.

proper grimey mush

Sikk movie! Already got da film. Dis post is makin me wanna watch it again

sick blud clart



great movie!

Ridiculous film, as all the 'teenage' characters are, breathtakingly obviously, played by adults in their early twenties.

It's another example of the hysteria over 'child protection': protecting all the teenage actors and actresses, who could have played the characters without any problems, from the harm they would come to by acting...as teenagers. A sixteen-year-old actor can't play a sixteen-year-old character, because of the harm he will come to acting as a sixteen-year-old.

I could list, of the top of my head, at least ten other recent examples of this: "Inbetweeners" [E4], anyone?
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