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“Some Dogs Bite” Film on BBC3, Wednesday 10th November 2010

Some Dogs Bite is a top class independent film following three brothers who avoid the care system in Britain following the death of their mother. Covering the UK by rail, the boys visit the natural beauty spots of Wales and Scotland as well as some of the worst council estates in Britain.

H, Casey and Severino get aid from unexpected corners and hindrance from those who would be expected to help. H is the brooding eldest bearing the heavy responsibility of parenting with a silent sense of fatalism, whilst his hopeful brother plays with the baby and looks to the future.

A stellar performance by a junior cast make this engrossing tale come alive with a complicated mixture of love, loyalty and law-breaking.

Some Dogs Bite will air on BBC3 on Wednesday 10th November 2010 at 9pm in the UK only.

Cast & Production

  • Aaron Taylor (Sweet Deal) as H (Halliday)
  • Thomas Brodie Sangster (Nowhere Boy, Nanny McPhee, Love Actually) as Casey
  • Michelle Asante (Sand Serpents) as Venetia
  • Mandeep Dhillon as Seema
  • Aymen Hamdouchi as Lenny
  • Director: Marc Munden (The Devil’s Whore, The Mark of Cain, Vanity Fair)
  • Producer: Sara Feilden (Who Needs Fathers? Stopping Distance, Offside)
  • Executive producers; Anne Brogan and Melanie Stokes (Dustbin Baby, The Illustrated Mum)
  • Original Screenplay by Lin Coghlan (The City Speaks, Electric Frank, First Communion Day)
  • Director of photography: Wojciech Szepel (Tess of the D’Urbervilles, Mrs Mandela)
  • Editor: David Charap (Dive, In the Land of the Free, Mrs Mandela)
  • Production design: Helen Scott (Fish Tank, Red Road).

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  1. Great review – just to say, the film shows at 9pm on Weds 10th November, not 10pm! Thanks.

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