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When Carty meets Elvis at a Bunnymen gig, they fall headlong into a volatile friendship that each of them aches for but neither can control. Violent, sexy and funny, AWAYDAYS is a blade-sharp rites-of-passage that buzzes with the post-punk energy of its late-70s Liverpool setting. Based on the classic novel by Kevin Sampson, and pulsating to a soundtrack of Joy Division, The Cure, Magazine, Echo & The Bunnymen and Ultravox, AWAYDAYS examines identity, fate, the nature of male longings and their need to belong. It is the first major feature film to be set during, and evocatively portray, the first dawning of the football casual fashion cult.
25 Mar 2009
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Awaydays is based on the bestselling novel by Kevin Sampson. Set in the post-punk era in the North West of England ( approx 1979 ) Paul Carty is 19, good-looking, funny, clever – and bored out of his mind. His mother died a year ago. He lives in middle class suburbia with his silently grieving father and feisty young sister, Molly. Carty works as a junior civil servant and spends all his wages on gigs, clubs, records and football. It’s at a match that he meets Elvis. Elvis changes everything. He’s part of a gang called The Pack. The Pack is legendary; they dress in a cultish, almost effeminate style that’s at odds with the Boneheads and Bootboys they fight against. They have androgynous wedge haircuts worn with Lacoste tennis shirts, Lois jeans and Adidas Forest Hills training shoes. For as long as he has been going to football, Carty has been fascinated by The Pack. Now Elvis is offering him a way in…. Stylish, tough and throbbing with humanity, this is a rites of passage classic.
20 Jul 2009
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18 Sep 2009
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Awaydays is based on the bestselling novel by Kevin Sampson. Set in the post-punk era in the North West of England ( approx 1979 ) Paul Carty is 19, good-looking, funny, clever – and bored out of his mind. His mother died a year ago. He lives in middle class suburbia with his silently grieving father and feisty young sister, Molly. Carty works as a junior civil servant and spends all his wages on gigs, clubs, records and football. It’s at a match that he meets Elvis. Elvis changes everything. He’s part of a gang called The Pack. The Pack is legendary; they dress in a cultish, almost effeminate style that’s at odds with the Boneheads and Bootboys they fight against. They have androgynous wedge haircuts worn with Lacoste tennis shirts, Lois jeans and Adidas Forest Hills training shoes. For as long as he has been going to football, Carty has been fascinated by The Pack. Now Elvis is offering him a way in…. Stylish, tough and throbbing with humanity, this is a rites of passage classic.
19 Sep 2009
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