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Gun No. 6

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Director: James Newton

Changing hands over a decade, used in eleven shootings and three murders, this is the story of Britain’s deadliest illegal gun: Gun No. 6. As governments and news headlines wrestle with the reality of violent crime, this bold hybrid film explores why men pick up guns and the shockwaves that follow each shooting, for victims, police, communities and perpetrators.

Made over two years, by a BAFTA-award winging team, Gun No. 6 includes a wide range of powerful contributions, including Alison Cope (http://alisoncope.com), criminologist Craig Pinkney (https://craigpinkney.com), Leroy Smith (http://outoftheboxbook.uk), Darryl Laycock (http://www.darryllaycock.co.uk), West Midlands Police (https://www.west-midlands.police.uk), the National Ballistics Intelligence Service (http://www.nabis.police.uk), Ken and Judy Hodson-Walker and many other bold and very generous individuals and families.

Genre: Documentary

Year: 2017

Running time: 75 minutes

Format: DCP

Language options: Dialogue - EN

Changing hands over a decade, used in eleven shootings and three murders, this is the story of Britain’s deadliest illegal gun: Gun No. 6. As governments and news headlines wrestle with the reality of violent crime, this bold hybrid film explores why men pick up guns and the shockwaves that follow each shooting, for victims, police, communities and perpetrators.

Made over two years, by a BAFTA-award winging team, Gun No. 6 includes a wide range of powerful contributions, including Alison Cope (http://alisoncope.com), criminologist Craig Pinkney (https://craigpinkney.com), Leroy Smith (http://outoftheboxbook.uk), Darryl Laycock (http://www.darryllaycock.co.uk), West Midlands Police (https://www.west-midlands.police.uk), the National Ballistics Intelligence Service (http://www.nabis.police.uk), Ken and Judy Hodson-Walker and many other bold and very generous individuals and families.




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