SUS screening at the Albany

The Albany - May 19th, 7pm
Douglas Way, Deptford, SE8 4AG
SUS is the new film from the writer Barrie Keefe of the Long Good Friday. Starring Clint Dyer, Ralph Brown and local boy Rafe Spall:

1979 Election Night, as Thatcher comes into power. SUS takes place on that very night, when Delroy (Clint Dyer: *Unknown White Male* *Sahara*) is being interrogated about his pregnant wife who has been found dead in a pool of blood. With all the evidence stacking up against him, Delroy continually refuses to confess. He suffers a night of callous humiliation at the hands of two racist coppers (Ralph Brown: *The Crying Game* *Withnail & I* *Rafe Spall* *The Calcium Kid* *Hot Fuzz*), both high on the impending Conservative landslide victory, and more concerned with the outcome of the election than establishing the truth.

The Albany will be showing a special screening and staging a panel discussion with the writer Keefe and local politician Duwayne Brooks about the film and its relevance in modern Britain.

Tickets are £8 - more details here: http://www.thealbany.org.uk/whatson

2 comments:

name said...

I love the way that Duwayne has transcended the difficulties he faced in his earlier life and is succeeding and helping others.

Dawn Walton said...

Dear neighbours

I am a local theatre director(im a crofton park girl) and artistic director of eclipse theatre. Please do go along to the Albany for SUS it is quite a film. I wanted to also let you know that my company is currently on a national tour of the theatre production of the original play.Like the film it also stars the amazing Clint Dyer as 'Leon Delroy' If you fancy the live experience it will be @ The Broadway Barking 14-15 May and at the Young vic theatre throughout June. Do join us - it will be quite an experience. Here is the trailer for it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dH-9j8DrHY&feature=player_embedded

http://www.eclipsetheatre.org.uk/

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