Hadouken’s Declaration Of War by Daniel Wolfe
It's Running Man, or possibly Escape From New York, starring a bunch of skinny kids instead of proper he-men like Arnie and Kurt.
And although we generally wouldn't condone groovy young people being beaten to a pulp by evil fascist types in bizarrely-shaped helmets, this is all sorts of fun.
Fresh from his big success with Duffy's Mercy, Dan Wolfe is on a roll - and an amazing old factory in Luton fills in brilliantly well for post-apocalyptic LA/New York.
|Director of Photography||Denzil Armour Brown|
|Art Director||Sam Tidman|
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