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Shoot the DJ (2010)

| Drama | 10 May 2010 (UK)
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Credited cast:
Sean J. Vincent Sean J. Vincent ... Sean Vincent
Dan Peters Dan Peters ... Dan Peters
Victoria Hopkins ... Donna
Tony Hadley ... Eddie Richards
Ricki Wilde Ricki Wilde ... Ricki Wilde
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mara Ashton Mara Ashton ... Donna's mate
Paul Cooper Paul Cooper ... Mobster
Nikki Harrup Nikki Harrup ... Nightclub Dancer
Kim Wilde ... Herself


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2 Djs, 2 Hit Records and 2 many problems.





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Release Date:

10 May 2010 (UK) See more »


Box Office


GBP5,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Sonic-Hub Films See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


Sean J. Vincent, Dan Peters and Rick Wilde really did run a record label called Sonic-Hub Records and the office in the film was really Rick's studio. Rick really is Kim Wilde's brother and he did write most of her hits. Sean and Dan are both producers and sound engineers who also make dance music in various acts including 'The Long Firm' as seen in the film. See more »


Sean Vincent: Drugs... drugs mean two completely different things to the two groups of people that deal with them. To the dealer, the seller they are a means to generate money... lots of money. The mark-up on drugs is staggering, which is why there will always be dealers willing to risk their freedom to earn the rewards. Drug dealers aren't stupid... most simply give the people what they want and charge them a price they know they will pay. Users on the other hand, the buyers or consumers see the drugs as ...
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A funny combination of fact and fiction. A great story told on a budget.
24 May 2010 | by markloveslife73See all my reviews

I was given the DVD of this film by a friend who knew the film-makers. I wasn't really expecting to like it as i'm not really into dance music and i haven't been clubbing in years. I was surprised to find the story had much more to offer than the music related side which the blurb on the DVD suggests. It's not going to win any Oscars, but the story is really good. It held my interest to the end and my wife and i found ourselves laughing aloud a few times. The cast was quite diverse. The two main characters were playing themselves (i think)and they did a reasonable job. How much different they are in real life i don't know, but they seemed very similar in the out-takes. There's a few familiar faces that crop up. Tony Hadley doesn't appear until quite late in the film, but when he does, his presence is felt. I never thought he'd pull it off, but he does a great job as a menacing club manager type character. Kim Wilde make a very brief appearance as herself and someone else plays her back when she was starting her career too. If there's one thing that lets this film down, it's the quality of the picture. It was obviously where the money was saved and that's understandable. I've seen quite a few micro budget films and they all struggle to look as good as Hollywood blockbusters. However, the 4 strong directing team obviously have some talent as the shot composition and editing was well up to standard. One more point. The sound on these low low budget films is usually woeful, with unclear dialogue and cheaply produced music. Shoot The DJ has this area covered very professionally. According to the story, at least 3 of the team that made it work in the music industry as producers, so that would seem to make sense. Over all, i'd say this was an interesting look at the other side of the music industry with a very heavy leaning on the gangster/drug dealing type scenario. I wont give the end away as it is worth waiting for. I look forward to seeing what they do next.

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