Mojo

Mojo

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“…you know, there’s nothing like someone cutting your dad in two for clearing the mind.”  

A slick and brutal black comedy from Jez Butterworth (Jerusalem). In the criminal underworld of 1950’s London, violent gang warfare erupts in the rock’n’roll club scene as rivals compete – and kill – for control of the lucrative new teen sensation ‘Silver Johnny’.

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By Jez Butterworth

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