You may watch below the US trailer of London Town, the upcoming drama movie directed by Derrick Borte based on a script by Matt Brown, Sonya Gildea, and Kirsten Sheridan and starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Dougray Scott, Natascha McElhone, Daniel Huttlestone, Nell WIlliams, and Tom Hughes:
Inspired by the only band that mattered.
“Experience the music and energy of the 1970s punk underground. When fifteen-year-old Shay (Daniel Huttlestone) hears the music of The Clash for the first time, it’s a revelation, opening up a new world of social consciousness and anti-establishment defiance beyond anything he’s known in his dead-end London suburb. Drawn into the heart of the city’s burgeoning punk scene, he forges two relationships that will change his life, falling in love with rebellious cool girl Vivian (Nell Williams) and finding an unexpected connection with none other than The Clash’s electrifying frontman, Joe Strummer (Jonathan Rhys Meyers). Propelled by a blistering soundtrack that bounces from The Clash to The Ramones to Buzzcocks, London Town captures the sound and spirit of a scene that shook the world.”
And here’s the film poster:
(Click on the poster to enlarge.)
What do you think about punks and their music?
The release date of the movie London Town is set to October 7, 2016.