FAST FOOD

Black Comedy | 99 mins | 1999

BENNY’S BACK! But his long-lost friends are now paid-up members of the criminally illiterate and Benny has chosen a bad time to visit.



Cast & Credits

Director: Stewart Sugg
Producer: Phil Hunt
Cast: Douglas Henshall, Emily Woof, Miles Anderson, Gerard Butler, Stephen Lord, Danny Modwinter, Robert Donocan, Sean Hughes



Synopsis

‘Fast Food’ is an offbeat, provocative and at time moving story about the power of friendship. It is both a revealing story about a man battling with the demons of his past and the most modern of love stories. Set in a vivid, gaudy underground world, ‘Fast Food’ is driven by a dynamic pace, a story bristling with ideas and a startling stylistic approach.

BENNY’S BACK….but his long-lost friends are now paid-up members of the criminally illiterate and Benny has chosen a bad time to visit…

Zac, Bisto, Jacko and Flea have a cunning plan to make their fortunes and they want Benny to join them. What’s more the girl Benny has always loved is being held captive by the neighbourhood maniac. Everything seems connected – but how? Swept into a world of fish pizzas, exploding microwaves and arguments about he Royal Family, Benny hatches a plan of his own: Steal the money…save the girl…get the hell out...if he can…

Fast Food is about a simple man on a collision course with his complex past.



Press & Reviews

Fast Food Review - Uncut Magazine
Fast Food Review - Variety
Vancouver Film Festival Review