This original genre blasts its way with controversy, violence, sex and drugs- all within 48 hours of storyline. Aimed primarily at the youths of the 21st century, it tackles the issues of the dangers and consequences of the disadvantaged areas of inner city london. Based around Notting Hill and West London generally, we see our main character Trife and his friends spend a day when school is cancelled. Their fights, actions, insults, crimes and life as 'delinquants' are mixed in with the girls they enjoy and the enemies they face, to explosive effect. A down to earth, distressing and disturbing story, it blows wide open the problems facing society today, from the viewpoint of the roughest areas of the city. That isn't to say it hasn't any moments of happiness and comedy, and the latter (hilarious scenes) are laugh-out-loud teenager scenes mainly involving the ridiculous Jay and the former happiness instances are just too brief to appreciate. All in all, Menhaj Huda directs a bold yet powerful film, with a tense 'time-bomb' feel throughout and with clever cinematography and backed by a ghetto grime hip hop track. Excellent through and through.