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'The Intent' Is Making A Netflix Debut

The star-studded British film 'The Intent' will now be viewable worldwide after news that the film will be made available on Netflix later this month!

 

The film, which was originally released in July 2016, stars an array of music artists including Scorcher (Hoodz), Krept and Konan and Fekky alongside renowned British acting names such as Robbie Gee, Femi Oyeniran, Shone Romulus and Letitia Hector to name a few. 

 

The news was announced by Director of the movie, Femi Oyeniran on Instagram, saying: 'The film will be on Netflix all around the world. I repeat, a film that my friends and I made and released is going out all around the world! UK, USA, Canada, Australia, everywhere!'

 

 

 

We're delighted to announce that by the grace of God @theintent is joining the @netflix family as of May 15th 2017. The film will be on Netflix all around the world. I repeat, a film that my friends and I made and released is going out all around the world! UK, USA, Canada, Australia, everywhere! A big thank you to all the cast and crew for giving a 100% to the project. We worked really hard to make this film a success independently - we raised the finance, shot and released the film ourselves. With no support from any film distribution company or funding organisation (no @BritishFilmInstitute, no @CreativeEngland, no one!) but we had our secret weapon - the scene! Big thank you to @Grmdaily, @linkuptv, @sbtvonline, actors and music artists who contributed to the success of the film. Without your support, this would have been impossible. Thank you! The journey continues! We have more big announcements coming in the next few weeks. #theintent

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The British film tells the story of a young man Gunz (played by Dylan Duffus) who is thrust into a world of excitement when he joins the TIC crew. While the crew, led by the ruthless character Hoodz (Scorcher) goes from low-level drug peddling to full on armed robberies. 'Their new found infamy affords them a life of guns, drugs, and girls but they also catch the attention of the police and a rival gang. To make matters worse they have been infiltrated by an undercover police officer. Does he have "THE INTENT" to remain a criminal or abide by his oath to the force?'

 

 

'The Intent' is due to make it's Netflix debut on the 15th May so keep your eyes peeled!

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