Scene from SUSComing soon from Mensch Films, Thin Film Productions and 3rd Eye Films - and written by Barrie Keeffe (based on a play he wrote 31 years ago) - is SUS, a brutal, compelling drama about systematic racism In the UK police force in the 1970s.

Keeffe, who also wrote the Brit gangster classic, The Long Good Friday, uses the night before the 1979 election (when Thatcher and the Conservative Party swept into power) as the backdrop for his story about a man questioned about the murder of his pregnant wife, by two racist and violent detectives keen to ensure a quick confession.

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