The directorial debut for screenwriter Hanif Kureishi (SAMMY AND ROSIE GET LAID, MY BEAUTIFUL LAUNDERETTE), LONDON KILLS ME is a visceral, Dickensian tale of outcasts, drugs and upward mobility.
Clint (Justin Chadwick) is just turning twenty and has had enough of his lot as a small-time drug dealer and squatter, constantly scavenging for the next bag of hash to sell or a blanket to keep himself warm. One of a gang employed by his longtime chum and narcotics entrepreneur Muffdiver (Steven
Mackintosh), Clint works alongside Burns (Tony Haygarth), Bike (Naveen Andrews) and Tom Tom (Stevan Rimkus). He sees a way out of his dead-end existence when a restaurant manage...