Bullet Boy

A powerful and moving examination of inner city gun culture in the UK. With a compelling cast of unknowns this gritty and realistic film tells the story of recently released youth offender, Ricky, who bumps into a couple of rival kids in the neighbourhood. Events soon spiral out of control in ways that will affect Ricky's whole family, especially his doting and impressionable younger brother. A sensitive look at an incendiary subject, this Brit drama really hits the mark.

Year: 2005
Genre: Drama
Country: UK
Director: Saul Dibb
Starring: Ashley Walters, Luke Fraser, Leon Black, Clare Perkins, Curtis Walker
Duration: 86 Minutes
Rating: R16 - Contains violence, offensive language, drug use and sex scenes
Location in store: Highlights



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