Sus

SYNOPSIS

Election Night 1979: Margaret Thatcher is about to come into power. A young black man is held on suspicion of murdering his pregnant wife. Officers Karn and Wilby, racist to the core and high on the prospect of a Conservative Party victory, try to lure the suspect into a quick confession. But the night has just begun...

Written by Barrie Keeffe, who was behind the British classic The Long Good Friday, Sus is an emotionally charged and incredibly tense crime drama that serves as a powerful outcry against past institutional racism. But in the age of counter-terrorism Sus also begs the question: has history caught up with us?

Sus celebrated its world premiere at the 2010 East End Film Festival London and was released in UK cinemas and on DVD in 2010.

CAST

CLINT DYER (Unknown, Agora, Cherps)
RALPH BROWN (Killing Bono, Huge, The Kid, The Boat that Rocked)
RAFE SPALL (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, A Good Year, Kidulthood)
ANJELA LAUREN SMITH (Cherps, Revolver, 24 Hours in London)

DIRECTOR

ROBERT HEATH

CREW

Produced by
CLINT DYER
ROBERT HEATH
OLIVER LEDWITH
ROBIN MAHONEY
REZMIN SABERI
JONO SMITH

Screenplay by
BARRIE KEEFFE

 

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