London Kills Me Trailer

London Kills Me Trailer (1991)

13 December 1991 107 mins

For want of a nail a shoe was lost, for want of a shoe... a young man's life is almost lost, which is exactly what this film is all about: a man barely twenty who wants desperately to pull out of London's drug world by taking a job as a waiter in a 'normal' restaurant. But to do this he must come up with a "sensible pair of shoes," an item that his homeless meanderings hasn't provided him. In fact, the shoes become a symbol of his striving to break away from those, like himself, who are caught up in the tragedy of drugs and lasciviousness which is so aptly described... sometimes graphically, always realistically... in this film.

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Cast

Justin Chadwick

as Clint Eastwood

Steven Mackintosh

as Muffdiver

Emer McCourt

as Sylvie

Roshan Seth

as Dr. Bubba

Fiona Shaw

as Headley

Brad Dourif

as Hemingway the restaurant manager

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 13 December 1991

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