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Like Me 1973


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Like Me 1973

17 mins United Kingdom Director. Ken Wrench

Produced by the Manchester Council for Community Relations, this film hears teenagers from different backgrounds talk about how their culture has affected their experience of growing up. We visit a Polish club, where there's music and dancing, a Sikh home where preparations are being made for a wedding, and a West Indian centre where a play is being rehearsed.

Directed by

Ken Wrench




Sikh community Afro-Caribbean community in Great Britain Polish community in Great Britain Cultural identity Teenagers


South Asian Britain on Film




United Kingdom



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