Dir: Lindsay Shonteff
Starring: Maggie Stride and Gay Singleton
A young girl arrives in London and soon becomes embroiled in the seedy world of the ‘roadie’
This dark exploitation drama is truly dispiriting. It is shot in a quasi-documentary style and was partly intended as a promotional vehicle for acid folk band Forever More, which accounts for their music largely being to the forefront and sometimes drowning out the dialogue. The film opens with a shot of Maggie Stride leaving St Pancras station through a side entrance and there is a later scene filmed in the ticket hall of King’s Cross St Pancras Underground station.