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Destiny Ekaragha on Gone Too Far!
Destiny Ekaragha on Gone Too Far!

Destiny Ekaragha on Gone Too Far! 2013


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Destiny Ekaragha on Gone Too Far! 2013

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Director Destiny Ekaragha discusses her comedy Gone Too Far!, backed by the BFI Film Fund, at the London Film Festival programme launch. Adapted from Bola Agbaje’s Olivier Award-winning play, the film follows the simmering adolescent passions and cultural tensions at play between a group of south London teenagers. Gone Too Far! screens in the Laugh strand at the 57th BFI London Film Festival, in partnership with American Express.


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