1 videodisc (122 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet ( pages : illustrations ; 19 cm.)
Originally produced as a British motion picture in 2009.
Special features: Interviews: Kierston Wareing [video] (14 min.); Michael Fassbender [audio] (26 min.); Audition footage (10 min.); Three short films by Andrea Arnold: Milk (10 min.) (1998), Dog (10 min.) (2001), Wasp (26 min.) (2003); Stills gallery; Trailer (2 min.); Booklet includes the essay "An England story" by Ian Christie.
Messages for Keeley -- Personal space -- The horse -- Connor -- Joanne's party -- Day trip -- Options for Mia -- Demo tape -- A new friend -- An audition -- Dry run -- "Connor's gone" -- Married with child -- Keira -- Tryouts -- On to Wales -- End credits -- Color bars.
Director of photography, Robbie Ryan ; editor, Nicholas Chaudeurge; production designer, Helen Scott ; costume designer, Jane Petrie.
15-year old Mia is a foul-mouthed, belligerent teen living on an Essex estate [public housing] with her mother Joanne and precocious little sister Tyler. She has been excluded from school and is awaiting admission to a referrals unit, spending her days aimlessly. Her only escape--besides smoking, drinking an occasional swiped bottle of booze, and fist fighting with the neighbor girls--is hip-hop dancing, which she practices in an abandoned apartment and hopes to someday turn into a living. Then Joanne brings home handsome, extroverted new boyfriend Connor, and he and Mia strike up a tentative friendship. He even encourages her one interest, dancing. What could go wrong?
MPAA Rating: Not rated.
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