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  Six Rounds [read more]
  Asking questions about race
  A new independent British film dealing with issues of race and acceptance seeks to strike a chord with movie fans this month.

Focusing on a boxing match set against the backdrop of the 2011 London riots the film, SIX ROUNDS, follows the fate of a young black male, Stally, who must choose between his past or a new future.

SIX ROUNDS is helmed by young up-and-coming Director Marcus Flemmings, who independently financed the production. Flemmings believes the film has a lot to say not just about the causes and consequences of the 2011 riots, but also for those who find themselves marginalised in society today. Try the trailer above.
  Graeme Clark [6 Mar 2017 at 22:21]
     

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