Human Traffic, a Cardiff-set film about a lost weekend, is one of the first films to deal with rave culture despite over 12 years of hard clubbing in Britain.
Made by first time director Justin Kerrigan, it’s an irreverent and funny romp through Everytown, UK’s youth culture. It’s already upsetting the self-appointed moralists who have attacked it for having no censorious attitude towards drugs. It’s also one of the only films to get a youth culture ‘right’. The film stars John Simm of The Lakes fame.
The music was put together by Pete Tong and Carl Cox makes a cameo appearance as a club owner.