Adulthood catches up with Sam (Noel Clarke) upon his release from jail, having served 6 years for the manslaughter of rival Trife. The film follows his journey over 24 hours as he is forced to confront the people he has hurt, and see first-hand the effects of his actions all those years ago. Some have moved on, others are stuck with the repercussions of that night, but one thing’s for certain – everyone has been forced to grow up.
As Sam struggles to deal with his guilt and adjust to the outside world, he also has to deal with those seeking revenge for Trife’s death. As he is pursued through the streets of West London, he wonders if a new cycle of violence has started and if there is any way to bring an end to it as things start to escalate beyond his control.
That Grape Juice were fortunate enough to be invited to an early press screening of the film last week. As one who has always been rather scepitcal about the UK film industry – most especially the Urban branch – I was highly impressed with ‘Adulthood’. From the plot, to the acting, to the capturing of London life, the film really shines.
‘Adulthood’ Hits Cinema’s June 20th
I can’t wait to see this!! Kidulthood was nang
UK stand up
im so pumped 2 c dis film, 4 ne1 hu aint seen kidulthood itz on b** iplayer 4 lyk 2 more days
I’m watching…my girl Shystie’s in it!!! Can’t wait for her album!!! That’s her MCing right at the end of that trailer!!!
DEFINATELY WATCHING THIS ONE IN THE CINEMAS 2MO
KIDULTHOOD WAS REALLY GOOD
HOWEVER I FELT SOME OF THE ACTING WAS POOR, LETS HOPE THEY’VE IMPROVED THIS TIME AROUND
2012 Doomsday (2008)
On December 21, 2012 four strangers on a journey of faith are drawn to an ancient temple in the heart of Mexico. For the Mayans it is the last recorded day. For NASA scientists it is a cataclysmic polar shift. For the rest of us, it is Doomsday.
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