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Laila, a girl on the run from her family is hiding out in West Yorkshire with her drifter boyfriend Aaron. When her brother arrives in town with a gang of thugs in tow, she is forced to flee for her life and faces her darkest night.

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I watched 'Catch Me Daddy' as part of the Hull Independent Cinema Project. 'Catch Me Daddy' was filmed in Yorkshire and based in West Yorkshire, about a girl who was trying to escape the claws of her fathers cultural views.

I enjoyed the film a lot because I was always questioning who the dad was, and you never fully understand the title until the end. A scene that stood out for me was when a rival gang, pretending to be 'frienemies', slit the throat of the rival gang member. I remember it because of the way it was directed. A shot of the guy being tackled in the car with a knife next to his neck, and then the long external shot of the car. The car rocked aggressively and you could hear shouting coming from within the car, and then a splat of blood cracked across window of the car from left to right in the motion that blood would of spat from his neck. The car stop shaking. You then saw the gang members haul the body out of the car and put it on the road. The car then ran over the body, 3 times, just to make sure the man was brown bread. The kill was handled in a mysterious manner and left a lot to the imagination of the viewers.

It was important to me that the film was filmed in Yorkshire and had Yorkshire cast and crew. I think it is important to promote independent film but especially that from my home land. It gives me more opportunities in the future if the buzz for film and production in Yorkshire starts to grow.

I would recommend 'Catch Me Daddy' to anyone who had an interest as it shows how some cultures can clash and what we shouldn't do to deal with this. I didn't like the fact that was it was stereotypical film and represented West-Yorkshire in a bad light, however that's just because i'm from Yorkshire and I know it has more to offer then gang crime and racial disputes. But that cannot take anything away from how beautiful the film was and how cleverly thought out the design and sound elements were. All the actors were impressive. I also enjoyed seeing Billy Elliot's dad in a totally different light, and accent.