Sorted (film)

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Directed by Alexander Jovy
Produced by Fabrizio Chiesa
Written by Alexander Jovy
Starring Matthew Rhys
Tim Curry
Sienna Guillory
Music by Guy Farley
Cinematography Mike Southon
Edited by Justin Krish
Distributed by United Kingdom Prism Studios
Release dates
United Kingdom 6 October 2000
Running time
98 minutes
Country United Kingdom United Kingdom
Language English (language)

Sorted is a 2000 British thriller film directed by Alexander Jovy.


Carl has travelled to London to clear up the details of his brother's death. He finds that there is another side to his brother's life. A group of all-night rave junkies accept him into their family, as the brother of their late friend. Carl is then drawn into their world in order to discover the truth about his brother's suspicious death.



Empire magazine gave the film three stars, calling it "...stylishly filmed, solidly plotted and, in Rhys and Guillory, offers an appealing central couple. All of which, coupled with a refreshing lack of reliance on gangster stereotypes and firearms, makes this one of the more palatable British thrillers of late".[1]

The BBC also gives the film three stars but warns, "Jovy is so keen on giving us a snapshot of club culture (which comes across as startlingly real) that he lets go of his well-wounded plot and so the mid-section becomes a long flat stretch, punctured only by a few entertaining bits and bobs." [2]


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