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18 April 2011  |  Written by Ali Plumb  

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A few facts about new Britflick Everywhere And Nowhere. Simon Webbe off Blue is in it. James Buckley off The Inbetweeners is in it. Oh, and it’s directed by Menhaj Huda, who previously brought us Kidulthood.

It’s the story off a well brought up, well educated, well-to-do young man called Ash Khan (played by newcomer James Floyd), seemingly destined to join the family business and yet desperate to make a go of it as a DJ in Lahndahn Tahn.

Sleepy suburbs vs. inner city clubs, it’s a big clash of cultures, music, sex, drugs, rock and roll – okay, dance music – and it’s all coming out May 6.

Here’s an exclusive clip for you to wrap your eyes around, and when you’re done with that – or, maybe, before you take a look at that – why not sneak a glimpse at the trailer, which you can see here.

 

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