Noel Clarke's 126.96.36.199 trailer online
Noel Clarke wrote and co-directed 188.8.131.52 with Mark Davis, Clarke wrote Kidulthood, wrote and directed Adulthood, won last year's Orange BAFTA Rising Star award, and yes he was Mickey Smith in Doctor Who.
184.108.40.206 is the story of four different girls, shown in three separate days, across two different cities, all given one chance. Or so the tag line says. Behind all that is the story of four girls involved in an unconventional heist, although you wouldn't be so sure of that from the trailer.
The trailer for 220.127.116.11, which has actually been out for a while, looks confusing as hell and seems to advertise it on a few key points, the dialogue is all comedy and then there are plenty moments of scantily clad ladies, sex scenes and a lesbian kiss. Well that's the target demographic reached, but what about the film? The story?
I can tell you the cast is interesting. There's Noel Clarke himself, and the four girls are Emma Roberts, Tamsin Egerton, Ophelia Lovibond and Shanika Warren-Markland. Then there's names such as Mandy Patinkin, Michelle Ryan and Eve. Interesting cast indeed.
I just wish the trailer was better than a series of shots through the film that suggest a robbery in shot number one and then just turns to a montage. Still, from the previous films from Clarke you probably know what to expect already.