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Everybody Loves Sunshine (1999)

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DVD Release Date
 R2: 8 Feb 2000

MPAA Rating
Rated R for strong violence, pervasive language, a scene of sexuality and drug content.

Running Time
1 hour, 37 minutes

Country UK

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• Everybody Loves Sunshine
• B.U.S.T.E.D. (1999)

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Genre: Crime, Drama

Plot: What looks like a typical crimez-n-the-hood tale is actually a modern British mobster melodrama (original title: EVERYBODY LOVES SUNSHINE). Note Bowie prominent in the ensemble as an old-school fruit gangster, but the real star is the more contemporary UK music club sensation Goldie. Using his mouthful of gold-capped teeth to grotesque advantage, he plays Terry, a creepy druglord released from prison along with his handsome cellmate and cousin Leon (writer-director Goth). Leon

intends to go straight and become a legit hip-hop musician, but volatile Terry, homoerotically fixated on Leon, starts a gang war with Asian competitors and commits gruesome murders just to draw Leon back into thug life. Goldie gives a fine performance as a fascinatingly repellent character, and Goth directs to a music-video beat. For another tale of London gangsters with rock musicians in the cast, check out THE KRAYS.

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 Directed by
Andrew Goth
Cold and Dark, The Wretched
 Written by
Andrew Goth
Cold and Dark, The Wretched
David Bowie
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Andrew Goth
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Rachel Shelley
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Clint Dyer
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David Baker
Cold and Dark
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