Dead Man’s Shoes returns to cinemas almost 20 years after its original release.
Directed by Shane Meadows (This Is England), the 2004 thriller stars Paddy Considine (House Of The Dragon) as a man who vows to take revenge on a group of drug dealers who abused his younger brother.
The film was nominated for eight British Independent Film Awards at the time, and has become a cult favourite in the years since.
Nearly 20 years after it was originally released, Dead Man’s Shoes was re-released in cinemas on September 12, starting with a showing at the BFI Southbank.
Shane Meadows collaborated with several musicians for the soundtrack, including The Leisure Society’s Nick Hemming who was previously in an indie band named She Talks To Angels with both Meadows and Paddy Considine.
Others who feature on the soundtrack include folk band Clayhill, Richard Hawley and Aphex Twin. You can check out the tracklist for the soundtrack album below.
A number of tracks are featured in the film which are not included on the soundtrack album. You can check out these tracks below.
Other cast members in the film include Toby Kebbell, Gary Stretch, Stuart Wolfenden, Neil Bell and Paul Sadot.
Following Dead Man’s Shoes, Meadows went onto direct This Is England, Somers Town, Le Donk & Scor-zay-zee and 2023 series The Gallows Pole.
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