“Ill Manors” is a 2012 crime drama film written and directed by British musician and rapper, Ben Drew, also known as Plan B. The film takes place in the East End of London and follows several interconnected characters as they navigate a world of poverty, violence, and crime.
The film’s narrative is told through a series of interlocking stories that revolve around several young characters, including a drug dealer, a pimp, a street thug, and a teenage prostitute. Their lives intersect in various ways, leading to a series of violent and tragic events.
The film tackles issues such as poverty, drug addiction, violence, and social inequality, highlighting the vicious cycle that exists in inner-city neighborhoods. It also explores themes such as redemption, forgiveness, and the power of music to unite and heal.
“Ill Manors” received generally positive reviews from critics, who praised Drew’s bold and uncompromising direction, as well as the strong performances from the cast. The film was also noted for its use of music, with Drew’s own original music serving as a powerful and evocative soundtrack to the film’s action.
Duration: 121 min.