Kidulthood (film series)
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Kidulthood is a series of British drama films. The film series began in 2006 with Kidulthood, which was followed by the sequels Adulthood and Brotherhood. The series focuses on the lives of several teenagers in Ladbroke Grove and Latimer Road area of inner west London. The film series has earned over £7 million worldwide.
|Director||Menhaj Huda||Noel Clarke|
|Amir Madani||Noel Clarke|
|Cinematography||Brian Tufano||Aaron Reid|
|Editor(s)||Victoria Boydell||Tom Hemmings||Tommy Boulding|
|Composer||The Angel||Chad Hobson||Tom Linden|
|Production companies||N/A||Cipher Films
|Distribution||Revolver Entertainment||Pathé Pictures International||Lionsgate (UK)|
|Runtime||91 minutes||99 minutes||105 minutes|
|Released||March 3, 2006||June 20, 2008||September 2, 2016|
Kidulthood is a 2006 British drama created by Menhaj Huda. The film focuses on majority of the characters in the film generally behave in a violent and lawless manner. They are portrayed as being reckless and antisocial young people who commit crimes such as petty theft and serious violence. The film also showcases how the characters engage in recreational drug taking and some sexual behavior. It was released on 3 March 2006.
Adulthood is a 2008 British drama directed by Noel Clarke the film focuses on Sam who stars as the protagonist and his experiences after he is released from jail six years after being jailed from killing Trife it’s revealed that Sam changed dramatically and is not the person he was 6 years ago. It was released on 20 June 2008.
Brotherhood is a 2016 British drama directed by Noel Clarke. The film focuses on Sam facing up to the new world he realizes it also comes with new problems and new challenges that he must face that he knows will require old friends to help him survive new dangers. It was released on 29 August 2016.