May I Kill U?
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SYNOPSIS May I Kill U? is a new British black comedy film from BAFTA award winning Director Stuart Urban, starring Kevin Bishop ( Keith Lemon: The Film, The Kevin Bishop Show, Star Stories, FM) Jack Doolan ( Green Green Grass, Cemetry Junction) & Frances Barber ( Silk, Dr Who, Funland, We ll Take Manhattan)
Baz (Barry Vartis) is one of Britain's new breed of police, a cycle cop. Although he appears to be a figure of fun, a freak accident turns him into a psychopath...
As riots break out in London, a head injury changes Baz from an everyday police officer into a mad vigilante, offering no-hope criminals a stark choice, arrest or death. Baz sees this campaign as 'lawful killing'. Criminals too stunned, confused, or drunk to argue are politely asked, " May I kill you? " and merrily dispatched on their final journey. All these exchanges are recorded on Baz' helmet-cam and posted anonymously on social networks.
Using the alter ego '@N4cethelaw' Baz acquires an increasing number of fans with each killing, dispensing justice to scumbags, cleaning up society like some bizarre and deadly 'Robin Hood', ridding society of its' ills.
But, in a sudden reversal, Baz is captured by an enraged relative of one of his presumed "kills" and faces slaughter or even worse... exposure.
- Commentary with Writer/Director Stuart Urban and Actor Kevin Bishop
- Making of May I Kill U?
- Interview with Stuart Urban
- Psychoanalysing Baz - an interview with Dr David Holmes
- Behind the scenes clips
"Funny, sharp & ruthless" --The Observer
"Hilarious and thought provoking" --Bizarre Magazine
"Taxi Driver meets Hot Fuzz" --The Mail On Sunday
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Not funny, just very depressing, made me think of badly behaved immigrants who come to the UK just to be involved in crime and gangs, pretty much shows London in a depressing disgusting light as usual.
It's sort of a droit de seigner film about a copper gone mad. It falls down a little bit here and there, but is worth supporting as it is by British film makers with a lot of talent.