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British drama based on the true story of a Jamaican baby who loses his parents and is subsequently adopted and raised by an elderly white couple in London. During his childhood Cass (Nonso Anozie) is forced to endure racist bullying, until one day he takes matters into his own hands and responds to the constant taunts with a violent outburst. Cass becomes addicted to the buzz of fighting and soon becomes one of the most feared and respected men in the city. Unfortunately, his new way of life eventually leads to an assassination attempt against him. Cass survives but is left with an important choice - to fully embrace the violence that has shaped his life or to make a completely new start.
Dramatisation of the events surrounding the life of Cass Pennant; one of the best-known figures of the infamous West Ham hooligan outfit, the I.C.F. (Inter City Firm). Cass Pennant (Nonson Anozie, Atonement) was placed in a Dr. Barnados orphange as a baby in 1950s London. A black child adopted by an elderly white couple, Cass was forced to endure constant racist bullying growing up. His pent-up rage exploded one day when he attended a West Ham game and becomes involved with Hammers hooligans as they take on a rival firm. Cass becomes hooked on the rush of the violence, as well as the acceptance and camaraderie. He quickly rises through the ranks of the West Ham hooligan element, later becoming head of the notorious Inter City Firm. As a six-foot-five black man in a predominantly white social group, he is picked out by the police during the government's clampdown on football hooliganism. After brushes with the law, Cass attempts to change the direction of his life by running a security firm. But old enemies are never far away.
CASS is a compelling film about the intriguing life of its subject and charts issues of class, race and masculinity across a number of decades, showcasing the seismic changes in British life. Nonson Anozie ably carries the film and is well supported by Nathalie Press (My Summer of Love) as his wife and Nick Love favourite Tammer Hassan (The Football Factory), among others. --This text refers to the Blu-ray edition.
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16 September 2017
Format: DVDVerified Purchase
Cass is based on a true story about a young black man who was adopted by a white couple during Thatcher's reign as PM. It is a low budget movie with fine performances by the cast. You will probably recognise some of the actors e.g. Natalie Press (My Summer of Love - brilliant movie), Tammer Hassan (Layer Cake). The soundtrack is addictive and the movie is well directed (Jon Baird - Filth).
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18 December 2017
Format: Amazon VideoVerified Purchase
This film is about a young guy growing up in east London and becoming a football hooligan. Not that this is a great thing to become but the film was made in such a way that you are gripped from start to finish, Really good film deco worth watching
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