|Directed by||Robert Cavanah|
|Music by||Tom Hodge|
|Editing by||Rob Redford|
|Running time||91 minutes|
Pimp is a British thriller film in the mockumentary vein of Man Bites Dog, it was released in cinemas on 21 May 2010. It is written, produced and directed by Robert Cavanah who also plays the lead role. It also starred Billy Boyd, Martin Compston, Scarlett Alice Johnson, Barbara Nedeljakova, Robert Fucilla and Danny Dyer.
- Robert Cavanah as Woody
- Billy Boyd as Chief
- Martin Compston as Zeb
- Gemma Chan as Bo
- Corey Johnson (actor) as Axel Braun
- Scarlett Alice Johnson as Lizzy
- Barbara Nedeljakova as Petra
- Robert Fucilla as Vincent
- Danny Dyer as Stanley
- Wil Johnson as Byron 
A week in the life of a Soho pimp - Woody - (Robert Cavanah) as seen through the lens of a documentary camera team: A week which spirals brutally out of control when the Chinese up the muscle[clarification needed] on Woody's boss's [Danny Dyer] territory, a girl goes missing, and a snuff webcast appears, showing a former employee being murdered, with another potential webcast seemingly impending.
Pimp has been universally panned by critics. It holds a rare 0% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 13 reviews, with an average score of 2.2 out of 10. Mark Kermode gave the film a scathing review, noting that "staggeringly, Danny Dyer is miscast" as a mob boss and said that his performance would be "funny if it wasn't so pathetic and tragic." Cath Clarke in The Guardian described Pimp as "snoringly predictable...With nil insight – into the sex industry or anything else – you might conclude Pimp is a film for men who get their kicks watching Dyer strut around leering at topless women who – in the parlance of the film – look like "the basic pleasure model".  Ellen E. Jones in Total Film stated : "You wouldn't think a film could actually be both very boring and very offensive. Pimp is that paradox made flesh." 
British film historian I.Q. Hunter, discussing the question "What is the worst British film ever made?", listed Pimp as one of the candidates for that title.
The film only grossed £205 and was pulled from cinemas after only one screening on its opening day.
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- Video on YouTube
- Film Review:Pimp Cath Clarke, The Guardian, , Thursday 20 May 2010. Retrieved 13 April 2014.
- "Pimp" Total Film, May 14th 2010. Retrieved January 28th 2014.
- I. Q Hunter, "From Window Cleaner to Potato Man" in British Comedy Cinema, edited by I.Q. Hunter and Laraine Porter. Routledge, 2012. ISBN 0415666678. (p.154)