Theatrical Release Date: 28 Jan 2000
Home Ent. Release Date: 18 Oct 2004
Running Time: 99mins 30s
Fast Food is an off-beat, provocative and at times moving story about both the healing and the destructive power of friendship. It is a revealing portrait of a man battling the demons of his past and it is the most modern of love stories. Set in a vivid, gaudy underground world, Fast Food is a film for the chemical generation, driven by a dynamic pace, a story bristling with ideas and a startling stylistic approach. Fast Food, starring Douglas Henshall (Orphans, This Years Love) and Emily Woof (Pandemonium, This Years Love, The Woodlanders) co-star in a fast-paced urban fairy tale set in London. Produced by Phil Hunt and helmed by first time writer and director Stewart Sugg who describes the film as “the Coen Brothers meet Tarantino in Lynchland”, Fast Food was funded by Twin Pictures and was one of the most popular films of the London Film Festival 1998.