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Based on the critically acclaimed novel by the late Stuart Browne, Dangerous Parking is one of the most evocative British films in recent years. It tells the story of Noah Arkwright, an indie film director whose life is spinning dangerously out of control with Noah steering himself towards his own destruction. Noahs life is one of success - and excess. Everything - drink, drugs, girls, fame - that Noah can get his hands on he indulges with an insatiable hunger. But he is running towards a brick wall - alcoholism and drug addiction have him firmly in their grasp - but Noah has no interest in acknowledging either until Kirstin, a young alcoholic who has seen the light, manages to convince him of the destruction that awaits him, finally allowing Noah the confidence to reclaim himself. With the help of his best friend Ray, Noah attempts to right his life and when fate sends him a guardian angel in the shape of cellist Clare Mathesson, he tries even harder to shift his focus from self abuse to self preservation - and on the road to selflessness... and that is when Mother Nature deals him the cruelest blow of all. Dangerous Parking is a rebel yell from deep within the soul of a man, told in extreme clarity, and at breakneck, breath-taking speed. It is in turns tragic, brutal, sad, hopeful, hopeless, romantic and painfully funny.
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Adrian Annis, Alan Harbud, Alice Evans, Anthony Carrick, Caro Breton, Graeme Benson, Heather Craney, Lorna Gayle, Mercedes Grower, Peter Craze, Peter Howitt, Rachael Stirling, Raj Ghatak, Raquel Azevedo, Robert Cohen, Saffron Burrows, Sean Pertwee, Tom Conti
Drug References, Nudity, Strong Coarse Language And Violence