‘Human Traffic’ sequel confirmed and will be “a reaction to Brexit” according to director

The long awaited sequel is on the way

The follow up to Human Traffic has been officially confirmed, with its director saying the film will be “a reaction to Brexit.”

Human Traffic: The Revolution was announced by writer and director Justin Kerrigan at Cardiff’s Tramshead over the weekend (April 6) where a 20th anniversary celebration for the original film was taking place.

The original Human Traffic film was released in 1999 and was set over the course of a drug-fuelled weekend in Cardiff. The cult film starred Danny Dyer, John Simm, Lorraine Pilkington, Shaun Parkes and Nicola Reynolds.

Kerrigan shouted “we’re doing Human Traffic 2″ to huge applause. He added: “It’s about one race, the human race and a reaction to Brexit. We love you people and we can’t wait to see you again.” You can watch the announcement here:

In an interview with Mixmag, Kerrigan revealed more details about the sequel and confirmed that a script for the project had already been written.

He said: “Human Traffic 2 is a reaction to Brexit…It’s about everyone coming together as one race – the human race. It’s a comedy about the rave generation set over a weekend in Cardiff, London and Ibiza.”

He also confirmed that UK distribution for the film has been arranged and that Danny Dyer would be returning as Moff. Shaun Parks and Nicola Reynolds are also set to return. No release date has yet been confirmed.

The sequel was first revealed back in 2016 when a Facebook page was launched; this is now active again.

Back in 2016, Dyer hinted that he could reprise the role of Moff, tweeting that it was “one of my favourite characters ever”.