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LEGACY

It only takes one night to create a ….

LEGACY

EXCLUSIVELY IN SELECTED CINEMAS ON 25th JUNE 2015 FOLLOWED BY DVD & DIGITAL RELEASE ON 29TH JUNE

Legacy is the story of five teenagers throwing the ultimate party. Before entering the world of adulthood Sean and his four friends are about to attend the party of a lifetime: CHROME! But when they’re unexpectedly and literally thrown to the curb before ever stepping foot inside, Sean (Franz Drameh: Attack The Block, Edge of Tomorrow), discovers his older brother has a dark and unpleasant history with Damien Chase (Steven Cree: Maleficent, Brave), the party promoter. Unable to deal with the embarrassment, Sean devises a plan to get even…throw a party to end all parties. When Damien gets wind that the five friends plan to topple his empire, he’ll stop at nothing to see them share the same fate as Sean’s brother….

Also starring McKell David (Montana, My Brother the Devil), Olivia Chenery (The Anomaly, Penny Dreadful) and Kelsey Hardwick. Co-written and co-directed by Davie Fairbanks and Marc Small and produced by Noel Clarke and Jason Maza of Unstoppable Entertainment.

Legacy is also the debut role in a feature film for rising star Amy Tyger, who won the part following a nationwide search by casting director Urvashi Chand, producer Noel Clarke & director David Fairbanks.

Released in selected cinemas on 25th June followed by DVD and Digital Release on 29th June

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