Black Joy


Black Joy is a British film released in 1977, directed by Anthony Simmons. The story of an immigrant country boy in Brixton, London. It was entered into the 1977 Cannes Film Festival.[3]

The film is a lightly ironic, British culture-clash comedy. Trevor Thomas heads the cast as a Guyanese youth who is under the delusion that life will be easier for him in London. No sooner does Thomas set foot in England than he gets tangled up in one disaster after another. The catalyst for most of Our Hero's travails is "assimilated" Caribbean Norman Beaton, who plays a streetwise con artist.

The film was adapted from Dark Days and Light Nights, a stage play by Jamal Ali, who also wrote the screenplay.

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Genre:Blaxploitation, Hood-Film
Herstellungsland:Vereinigtes Königreich, Vereinigte Staaten
IMDB: 101
Verleih:ITC Entertainment
Regie:Anthony Simmons
Drehbuch:Jamal Ali
Kamera:Phil Meheux
Musik:Gladys Knight & the Pips
Produzent:Elliott Kastner
Arnon Milchan
Martin Campbell
Darsteller:Norman Beaton
Trevor Thomas
Eddie Tagoe
Forbes Collins
David Ryall
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