Noel Clarke is the creative mind behind the British film hit Kidulthood and the sequel Adulthood. He has starred in TV programmes such as Doctor Who and is the winner of the 2009 Orange Rising Star BAFTA. Noel is one of the most dynamic and inspired people working in British film today. He lives in London with his partner and young child. Jim Eldridge collaborated with Noel for the first time when he wrote the novelisation of Kidulthood. Jim was born in the Kings Cross/Euston area of north London in 1944. He left school at 16 and did a variety of jobs, before training as a teacher. He taught during the 1970s while at the same time writing and he became a full-time writer in 1978 his writing credits are long and include episodes for seminal children's TV drama Grange Hill. Jim now works as an associate lecturer in scriptwriting and media at the University of Cumbria. He lives with his wife in Cumbria, where they grow their own organic vegetables.
High tension drama as 4 friends find themselves caught up in drugs, diamonds, sex and violence. Best friends Shannon, Jo, Kerrys and Cassandra have only one thing in common and that is their friendship. But, as their lives spin in other directions, it is enough to link them together during 3 days, in 2 cities with just 1 chance in a rip roaring urban adventure.