Noel Clarke Releases First Trailer For ‘Brotherhood’

Noel Clarke‘s 2006 film Kidulthood was a signficant landmark for UK culture. The gritty film, looking at the lives and relationships of teenagers in London, was reminiscent of its time with everything from the baggy Ecko tracksuits and New Era caps worn by the cast to the soundtrack including the likes of The Streets [‘Stay Positive‘], Dizzee Rascal [‘Jus A Rascal‘], Akala [‘Roll Wid Us‘] and Lethal B [‘Pow‘]. The film made stars of its director Noel Clarke and shone on light on new stars of UK film with the likes of Adam Deacon, Femi Oyenrin, Aml Ameen and Jamie Winstone being praised for their performances. The film won Best Film at the British Independent Film Awards and the Dinard British Film Festival and spawned a sequel with Adulthood in 2008 that saw the cast bolstered with the likes of Plan B, Raleigh Ritchie, Arnold Jorge, Danny Dyer and David Ajala. But now, as the iconic film celebrates it’s 10 year anniversary, it seems that the story is not yet over for the characters we grew up with…

The final installment in the trilogy, Brotherhood will return to screens this summer and focus on Sam, the main protagonist of the first two films. Production is being handled by Unstoppable Entertainment and Maggie Monteith’s Carpalla Films and will look to capitalise on the original films success, while bringing it up to date. The world that Sam lived in has changed [this was made clear in Adulthood] and there are new chracters looking to make a name for themselves. News has already been shared that MC Stormzy will play Yardz, and the character plays a major role in the first trailer. The soundtrack remains UK based, with Chip‘s ‘Blukubyebye‘ onsound duties. While plot details remain under wraps, it will be great [and very nostalgic] to see the final results of Brotherhood so until then, peep the trailer above.

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