Sylvia Syms and Herbert Lom star in this hard-hitting drama set in the slums of pre-war London. Directed by Oscar nominee J. Lee-Thompson and adapted by Dixon of Dock Green creator Ted Willis from his own play No Trees in the Street earned BAFTA nominations for Best British Actress for Syms and Best British Screenplay for Willis. It is presented here in a brand-new digital transfer from original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Encouraged by his mother Jess Tommy opts to earn money the easy way by working for Wilkie a local racketeer... who preys on the families of Kennedy Street; Jess also tries to force daughter Hetty to marry Wilkie. Unable to bear her squalid existence any longer Hetty tries to leave home... Bonus Features: Original theatrical trailer Image gallery Promotional material PDFs [show more]
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J. Lee Thompson directs this classic pre-war drama starring Sylvia Syms and Herbert Lom. The film follows local girl Hetty (Syms), who opts to leave home before she can be married off to Wilkie (Lom), a local crime boss of ill repute.