CFF: County Lines


Last shown on 23 October 2019

A powerful drama about a mother and her fourteen-year-old son who is groomed, and subsequently trapped, into a lethal nationwide drug selling enterprise. A 'County Line', is a term used when drug gangs from cities expand their operations to smaller towns, often manipulating children and vulnerable people to sell drugs with devastating consequences. This debut film from writer/director Henry Blake is inspired by his first-hand experiences as a youth worker, working on the frontline of child exploitation and drug trafficking in the UK.

The Cambridge Film Festival is presented by the Cambridge Film Trust, a registered charity with a mission to foster film culture and education for the benefit of the public, in Cambridge, the Eastern region and throughout the UK.

Henry Blake
1 hour 30 minutes
Ashley Madekwe, Conrad Khan, Harris Dickinson, Marcus Rutherford

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