Second trailer for New Year’s Eve 99 in the London comedy film “Pirates”

Second trailer for New Year’s Eve 99 in the London comedy film “Pirates”

by Alex Billington
November 28, 2021
Source: Youtube

“Getting into this party is the only thing that matters!” Picturehouse in the UK has released a second trailer for an independent film titled pirate, currently playing in cinemas in the UK. Described as ‘the world’s shortest road movie’, following three 18-year-old friends on their journey from north to south London on New Year’s Eve 1999. They drive through London in their tiny Peugeot 205 pumping a garage live from the stereo and arguing about their Avirex jackets and Naf Naf imports. Determined to see the century with a bang, they drive from place to place in a desperate search for tickets to the best millennium party ever. This stars Elliot Edusa, Jordan Peters, and Reda Elazouar, with KassiusNelson, Youssef Kerkour, Rebekah Murrel, and Aaron Shosanya. It received excellent reviews, saying Yates “captures the brilliance of youth in all its daring madness”. I want to see this one! It looks like a good time. Made the feast.

Here is the second UK trailer (+ poster) for Reggie Yates pirate, directly from the Picturehouse YouTube:

Pirate Poster

You can rewatch Reggie Yates’ first UK trailer pirate here, to see even more images of this.

“The world’s shortest road movie.” It’s New Years 1999. Cappo, Two Tonne and Kid drive through London in their tiny Peugeot 205, pumping up a UK garage live from the stereo and arguing over their Avirex jackets and Naf Naf imports. As the eighteen-year-olds enter adulthood, they know their lives and friendships are about to change. Determined to end the century with a bang, they race across town in a desperate search for tickets to the best millennium party ever. pirate is both written and directed by English actor/filmmaker Reggie Yates, making his directorial debut after a few other shorts before. Produced by Polly Leys and Kate Norrish. This hasn’t premiered at any festival or anywhere else as far as we know. Picturehouse will release Yates pirate in cinemas in the UK and Ireland from November 26, 2021 this autumn. No US version has been set yet – stay tuned. Stop by the official movie website.

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