, 1h35 Directed byHassan Nazer GenresDrama, War ActorsHannah Spearitt, Homayoun Ershadi, Bhasker Patel, Arun Bali Roles Spiritual Man Rating56% Trois histoires entrelacées de solitude et d'isolement autour de Janan, une femme afghane qui se rend au Royaume-Uni pour une insémination artificielle. Des complications surviennent lorsque William, un étudiant en sciences médicales travaillant à la clinique remplace le sperme du donneur par le sien.
Directed byAdam Hamdy OriginUnited-kingdom GenresDrama, Thriller, Comedy ActorsJohn Thomson, Bhasker Patel Roles Stan Rating76% Pulp tells the story of Tony Leary, the nice-guy owner of Junk Comics, who is gearing up for one last roll of the dice. He plans to launch his new superhero title, The Sodomizer, at the British International Comic Show, and nothing will stop Tony from making it a success. Nothing except a gang of Geordie criminals who are using another comic company to launder their dirty money. Tony is drafted by the police to identify the culprits and bring them to justice. Aided by his trusty geek sidekicks, Rick and Keith, Tony must defy the odds if he is to become a real life hero.
, 1h29 Directed byAdam Deacon OriginUnited-kingdom GenresComedy, Comedy-drama ThemesFilms about music and musicians, Hip hop films, Gangster films ActorsAdam Deacon, Jazzie Zonzolo, Femi Oyeniran, Ollie Barbieri, Wil Johnson, Ashley Walters Rating53% The story follows Kenneth (Adam Deacon) who likes to call himself "Kay". He has an ambition of becoming a grime MC, and has already created his debut mixtape, Feel The Pain. However, nobody has bought a single copy and Kenneth works, for now, at local supermarket Laimsbury's to help pay his family's rent. When his boss insults him at work for trying to be a rapper, he quits and his mother berates him for failing to pay the house rent and his family is soon threatened by bailiffs. Kenneth cannot take seeing his mother hassled by the bailiffs, so he begins to sell illegal drugs with his friends Bookie (Femi Oyeniran), Enrique (Ollie Barbieri), Lesoi (Michael Vu), and TJ (Jazzie Zonzolo). When local badman Tyrone (Richie Campbell) investigates Kenneth, he steals Kenneth's and his friends' accessories. His friends leave him and his family do not support him, so Kenneth slyly breaks into Tyrone's house to steal back his stuff. While Tyrone cheats on his baby's mother in the other room, Kenneth manages to steal everyone's stuff back, but Tyrone finds out and comes after him. Tyrone attacks him, and his friends try to help him, but Tyrone manages to scare them away, making it a one-on-one fight. Kenneth shockingly fights back and takes Tyrone down. After the humiliation, Tyrone's boss arrives and witnesses Tyrone hitting kids, therefore sacks him and insults him in front of the entire hood. To make matters worse Tyrone's baby's mother's brother appears on the scene to punish him further for cheating on his sister, and Tyrone flees in humiliation. Kenneth gets his job back at Laimsbury's and helps pay his family's rent.
, 1h45 OriginUnited-kingdom GenresDrama, Comedy ThemesFilms about religion, Films about Jews and Judaism ActorsRichard Schiff, Omid Djalili, Archie Panjabi, Yigal Naor, Matt Lucas, Ricky Sekhon Roles Sharif Rating63% Mahmud Nasir (Omid Djalili) is a loving husband, doting father and a "relaxed" British Muslim who frequently listens to rock music, particularly the long deceased pop star Gary Page (James Floyd), and occasionally drinks alcohol. His son, Rashid, wishes to get married to Uzma, but he and Uzma need the blessing of her devout Muslim cleric stepfather, Arshad Al-Masri (Yigal Naor), whose actions and beliefs have earned him the contempt of many British Muslims. Mahmud reluctantly agrees to put on the act of devout Muslim for the occasion.