Kidulthood (2006)

5.43
/ 10
7 User Ratings
1h 29m
Running Time

March 3, 2006
Release Date

Kidulthood (2006)

5.43
/ 10
7 User Ratings
1h 29m
Running Time

March 3, 2006
Release Date

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Release Date
March 3, 2006

Status
Released

Running Time
1h 29m

Content Rating
R

Budget
$994,000

Box Office
$165,000

Filming Locations
London, United Kingdom

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Kidulthood is a 2006 British teen crime drama film directed by Menhaj Huda and written by Noel Clarke, who appeared in the film alongside Aml Ameen, Red Madrell, Adam Deacon, Jaime Winstone, Femi Oyeniran, Madeleine Fairley, Cornell John, Kate Magowan, Pierre Mascolo (who also acted as executive producer), Rafe Spall and Nicholas Hoult. It follows the lives of several teenagers in the West London area Ladbroke Grove.

Clarke wrote the film in the late 90s based on his own experiences growing in Ladbroke Grove, which he began developing with director Menhaj Huda and producer George Isaac. Filming began on 14th November 2004 and was filmed on location until 16th December. The film is known for featuring breakout roles for Ameen, Clarke, Deacon, Winstone, Oyeniran, Spall and Hoult.

Made on a budget of £560,000, Kidulthood was released theatrically on 3 March 2006 and received praise and controversy for its depection of teenage life in London. The success of the film led to two sequels: Adulthood (2008) and Brotherhood (2016), both of which were written and directed by Clarke.

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