NEDS – Non Educated Delinquents Trailer

The following video is the official trailer for the recently released movie NEDS (Non-Educated Delinquents). Looks like an awesome movie. To my understanding this movie has not hit Kuwait yet, but looks to be a very interesting oscar inspiring movie. (IMDB: States US release date – 20th April, 2011). Read the rest of this post to discover the synopsis and see the trailer.

Peter Mullan’s third feature as a writer and director, after Orphans and The Magdalene Sisters, returns him to the 1970s Glasgow of his youth, although the Trainspotting and My Name is Joe actor stresses that Neds (which stands for ‘Non-Educated Delinquents’) is ‘personal but not autobiographical’.

We meet confident, studious John McGill just as he’s about to start secondary school, where he fully expects to continue his so-far glittering academic career. But there are dark clouds on the horizon. His friendship with middle-class Julian shines a light on both his poor background and the dysfunction of his home, where his father is drunk, violent and ineffective, his mother is troubled and repressed and his elder brother is always in trouble with the law. At school, there are one or two good teachers, but most are uninterested and unhelpful in the face of the brutal and territorial gang culture which has spread from local housing estates to the schoolyard.

The uneasy question Mullan poses is whether or not John can transcend the destiny of his class, education and family to make something of himself. Mullan shoots this tense, claustrophobic and violent drama in a style that tips a hat to the 1970s tales of Ken Loach and Alan Clarke. But it’s not all desaturated realism: there are flashes of fantasy that hint at the imagination of Lindsay Anderson, as if Mullan had reimagined If… for the hard-up Glasgow of his youth.

IMDB Synopsis

Best Regards,

– Kiru


Posted on April 26, 2011, in Entertainment, Kiru, Movies. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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