|Directed by||Penny Woolcock|
|Written by||Penny Woolcock|
|Budget||£2,000,000 (estimated)|
1 Day is a 2009 British crime film about gangs and their communities in inner city Birmingham. The story follows Flash as he attempts to get £100,000 to his boss Angel in less than 24 hours or face certain death. The film is street-cast and features no professional actors.
Flash (Dylan Duffus) receives a phone call from Angel (Yohance Watson) announcing that he's being released early from prison and wants the £500,000 he's left Flash for safekeeping. Flash is £100,000 short of the full amount and is pushed for time. Flash is forced to strike a deal with Evil (Duncan Tobias) who more than lives up to his name. The movie follows Flash's race against time as he is pursued by a rival gang called The Zampa Boys as Flash is part of OSC (Old Street Crew). He is also pressured by his three irate baby mothers and his grandmother.
- Dylan Duffus as Flash
- Duncan Tobias as Evil
- Yohance Watson as Angel
- Ohran Whyte as Pest
- Monica Ffrench as Nanny
- Lady Leshurr as Shakia
- Chris Wilson as Prison Officer
- Malik MD7. as. El Presidente
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