EVERYWHERE and NOWHERE Out on DVD!
It’s hard enough growing up in London but for a young Asian DJ trying to make his way in the country of his birth while embracing his parents’ culture it’s even tougher.
From Menhaj Huda the director of Kidulthood comes the sharp as a needle coming of age drama Everywhere and Nowhere. Ash (James Floyd – The Infidel) is a young Asian guy growing up in London who’s torn between fulfilling his traditional family duties and following his dreams of becoming a DJ.
Everywhere and Nowhere features an outstanding cast of raw young Brit talent including Anuvahood’s Adam Deacon, The Inbetweeners’ James Buckley and Blue’s Simon Webbe alongside veteran actor Art Malik.
With an original bad boy soundtrack including traditional Bollywood hits remixed by the likes of Engine-EarZ, Sukh Knight and Nerm & D-Code and some hot club bangers, it comes to DVD on 3 October 2011. Ash lives at home with his family, he loves music and spends his spare time spinning in his bedroom and making his own tunes.
By day he works in the family shop to keep his father sweet and by night he hangs with his boys having fun, getting in to trouble and partying. They go to the clubs where Ash hopes one day he’ll be spinning the tunes in front of the masses.
Ash is living a double life and soon his two worlds will collide, but which path will he choose?
With its strong drama and fresh humour, Everywhere and Nowhere depicts the trials and tribulations of urban life.