Adulthood (2008)

5.5
/ 10
8 User Ratings
1h 39m
Running Time

June 16, 2008
Release Date

Adulthood (2008)

5.5
/ 10
8 User Ratings
1h 39m
Running Time

June 16, 2008
Release Date

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Plot.

After serving six years for killing his schoolmate, a young man learns that someone is out for revenge.

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Cast & Crew.

Melahat Cengel

Melahat Cengel

Stylist in Salon

Mary Caybakan

Mary Caybakan

Salon Customer

Katrina Smith

Katrina Smith

Salon Customer

Clemence Slama

Clemence Slama

Amelie

Kirsty McHugh

Kirsty McHugh

Andreas' Girl

Chris Sancha

Chris Sancha

Jon

Damian Jones

Damian Jones

Producer

Paul Harvey

Paul Harvey

Art Direction

Details.

Release Date
June 16, 2008

Status
Released

Running Time
1h 39m

Content Rating
R

Filming Locations
London, United Kingdom

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Adulthood (stylised as AdULTHOOD) is a 2008 British teen crime drama film written and directed by Noel Clarke. The second installment in the Hood Trilogy, it is a sequel to 2006's Kidulthood and stars Clarke, Adam Deacon, Scarlett Alice Johnson, Femi Oyeniran, Red Madrell, Jacob Anderson, Ben "Plan B" Drew, Nathan Constance, Cornell John and Danny Dyer. In the film, Sam (Clarke) tries to change his life following a six-year prison sentence for killing Trife but a new gang led by Jay (Deacon) intend to avenge Trife by killing Sam.

Plans for a sequel came around following the success of Kidulthood. Menhaj Huda, who directed the first film, turned down the opportunity to direct Adulthood, which prompted the studio to hire Clarke, in his directorial debut, to helm the film. Production began in November 2007 in West London.

Adulthood had its world premiere at Leicester Square on 17 June 2008 and was released three days later. The film received generally positive reviews and was a box office success, grossing £1,203,319 during its UK opening weekend, with an overall gross of £6 million, becoming the second-highest grossing British film of 2008.At the 62nd British Academy Film Awards in 2009, Clarke won the BAFTA Rising Star Award, making him the first black person to accept the award. After starring in the film, Adam Deacon decided to write and star in his own urban film, Anuvahood. The final film of the trilogy, Brotherhood, also by Clarke, was released in 2016.

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