Bronco Bullfrog (87 mins)
Del, a young apprentice, and his 15 year old girlfriend Irene have no money and nowhere to go. Angry and frustrated, they turn to 'Bronco Bullfrog', who is fresh out of borstal and living an independent lifestyle, for a taste of fun and freedom. A fascinating record of suedehead subculture which is largely improvised by a non-professional cast of teenagers from east London.
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Featuring Del Walker, Anne Gooding
Directed by Barney Platts-Mills
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