1hr 30mins
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.

This is looking across Pancras Road with the Midland Region sign above the steps leading up to St Pancras Station Approach on the right.
A view of the passageways at King’s Cross St. Pancras Underground station. Straight ahead to King’s Cross main line station and behind the camera for the Metropolitan and Circle Line services and the Euston Road.
This is a view of the circulating area at King’s Cross St. Pancras Underground station. Down the stairs for the Northern, Piccadilly and Victoria Lines and London Transport Travel Enquiries.