Twenty8k DVD


From BAFTA winning writer Paul Abbott, comes a story of power, greed, corruption and lies on the streets of East London in the run up to the Olympic Games. Parminder Nagra (Bend It Like Beckham, ER, Albatross) is Deeva Jani, a successful, Paris-based fashion executive who is forced to return home to the UK when she receives the shocking news that her teenage brother Vipon, played by newcomer Sebastian Nanena, has been arrested for a fatal gang shooting in East London. As she and her family a...

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01 October 2012
102 minutes 
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After a teenage boy is killed in a night-club shooting, a young man Vipon is accused of his murder. His sister, Deeva, knows he did not do it and makes it her mission to clear his name. With the help of a youth worker, Clint, she sets out to save her brother only to find resistance along the way from places she never expected. As the edia circus gets larger and wilder, Deeva soon learns that the ones closer to her are working for their own agenda.

Thriller from award-winning writer, Paul Abbott. When Deeva Jani (Parminder Nagra) finds out her brother has been arrested for a shooting in London and is now a target for retaliation in jail, she must return from her home in Paris to uncover the truth and protect her brother's life. Along the way she encounters many obstacles which unveil a bigger conspiracy - one which reaches beyond the gang warfare on the streets and into the very heart of government.

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