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Direction Stuart Urban
Year 2012
Nation UK
Duration 88'


This is the story of Baz, one of Britain’s new breed of police – a cycle cop. Although, at first, he appears a likeable figure of fun, a freak accident turns him into a psychopathic killer. Launching a one-man campaign to clean up the streets of London of no‐hope criminals, Baz despatches them whilst filming everything on his helmet-cam and, ever polite, asking them “May I kill you” before doing so.

Director biography

Stuart Urban A film-maker since 1982, Stuart has made highly regarded popular TV drama and movies that have sold around the world, winning him two British Academy and other awards. Stuart worked as writer, director and producer. His first feature-length BBC drama, ‘An Ungentlemanly Act dramatising the first 36 hours of the Falklands War, won a BAFTA. From 1994 to 1995, Urban directed Our Friends in the North starring Daniel Craig, the most successful drama for 15 years on BBC2, which won him another BAFTA. In 1995, he wrote the Deadly Voyage’,one of HBO’s most popular movies of the year. In 1997, through his company Cyclops Vision, he wrote, produced and directed cult comedy Preaching to the Perverted. In 1999, Harold Pinter chose Stuart to co-write, produce and hard-hitting documentary attacking the NATO bombing of Serbia. From 2000-2001 he co-produced, wrote and directed Revelation, a Cyclops Vision Production for Romulus Films. This supernatural thriller stars Terence Stamp and Udo Kier.

Screenplay Stuart Urban
Producer Alan Jay, Rosa Russo
Cast Kevin Bishop, Jack Doolan, Frances Barber
Photography Fernando Ruiz
Editor Fernando Ruiz
Music Frank Ilfman
Producer Company Cyclops Vision, Vectis Vision, MIKU
Distribution Cyclops Vision

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