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Clip From New Brit-Flick Terry
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22 February 2011  |  Written by Phil de Semlyen  |  Source: Exclusive

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A gritty, confronting slab of British urban drama, Terry promises to take the found footage sub-genre and give it a serious shake. At least, if this clip is anything to go by.

The premise, which involves a documentary film seized by the police a year on, puts back together the pieces of Nick Nevern's tale of London street life. Normally with these things someone turns out to be possessed by a demon, but in this case the only spirits doing any possessing are purely vodka-based.

Written, directed and co-produced by one-time Noel Clarke cohort Nevern, it also sees the Londoner bring his own experiences of life in the big smoke to bear. There's bit a clutch of London-set dramas lately some good (Shifty), some not so good (anything with Danny Dyer).



Find out which camp Terry falls into when it's released in cinemas on March 10 and on DVD four days later.


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RE: Clip From New Brit-Flick Terry
L: Tech_Noir Another film about chavs. erhaps if we stop filming them they'll all just go away, eh? More

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if you can read i stated film makers not just directors if a film is written by a brit, directed by a brit and stars brit's is it still a british film if its made in america? More

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If you can read i stated brit flicks suck not directors More

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