We’ve been hearing whispers about Jerri Hart‘s latest film Plan B. Apparently it’s very good. But that’s not surprising when you look at Jerri’s pedigree -a film about him, The Nightless Night of Jerri Hart, picked up the Best Film Award at Exeter Phoenix’s Two Short Nights in 2005, and his directorial debut, Revenge of the Jazz Hoodies won the same award in 2007.
But that’s not all, he wrote and performed in Ben Sherriff’s Purveyor of Pandemonium in 2006, which got the Two Short Nights Audience award.
Plan B is a gangster movie in the style of Ealing Comedies, with a good chunk of psychology thrown in for good measure.
We caught up with Jerri the other week to ask him about his film career.
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