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  Kills on Wheels [read more]
  Disabled and dangerous
  Eureka Entertainment have announced the theatrical release of KILLS ON WHEELS [Tiszta szívvel], a highly original, darkly comedic and infectious buddy-movie about a wheelchair-using gang of assassins, in selected cinemas nationwide (UK & Ireland) from 15 September 2017.

Zoli and Barba are inseparable friends and outcasts. Both physically disabled, they live in a rehabilitation facility where life seems rather aimless. Zoli needs life-saving surgery but doesn’t want his absent father to pay out of guilt and pity. Enter Rupasov, a mysterious wheelchair-using man newly released from prison. He quickly adopts the two friends and offers them a chance to make some extra money by helping him in his work. That work, however, is murder. Rupasov is a hitman.

In this inventive, action-packed coming-of-age story of friendship, loyalty and revenge, Hungarian director Attila Till skilfully blends reality with fantasy as he offers a gentle probe into the lives of protagonists living on the edge of society and desirous of things which non-disabled people take for granted. Inspired to make his film from his own experiences as a volunteer for disabled people; Attila Till explains his motivation: "It was crucial to me to make a movie about disabled people where they finally aren't played by actors but get the opportunity to act themselves and be the real heroes." The trailer is above.
  Graeme Clark [28 Jul 2017 at 00:32]
     

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