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Everywhere And Nowhere review

Cultural identity dealt with in every clichéd way possible

Everywhere and Nowhere, the second film from Kidulthood director Menhaj Huda, lays out its stall from the get-go: “Am I British or Indian?” asks wannabe DJ Ash (James Floyd).

The film then goes on to explore every cliché of multicultural Britain – from arranged marriages to corner shops – in similarly crude terms.

Way too talky for a film with such badly written dialogue, a basic lack of storytelling nous results in several paceless, pointless scenes.

Capturing the energy of club culture on screen is notoriously difficult. This stale production shouldn’t even have tried.

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