Fully Focused are proud to present NADIA. This short film tells the story of a homeless young girl. With the second film EVICTION coming July 20th Starring: Richie Campbell, Rosa Coduri, Kayode Ewumi, Natalie Gumede, Olivier Award winner Denise Gough, BAFTA Award winner Adam Deacon, Ben Doc Brown Smith, David Vujanic, Leo Gregory, Nick Nevern, Humza Arshad and Michelle Greenidge – across the two films.

Made in partnership with Centrepoint, Centrepoint Parliament and funded by The Legal Education Foundation, these films highlight vital facts and awareness of the laws surrounding homelessness, housing, and rights, ensuring people have the power to make the right choices and seek proper support that they are legally entitled to.

Young and worried about homelessness? Centrepoint is here for you. Call the Centrepoint Helpline free on 0808 800 0661

Directed by: Teddy Nygh
Written by: Alex Tenenbaum
Produced by: Nick Bedu & Leah Henry
DOP: Bani Mendy
Edited by: Oliver Parker
Composed by: Ben Smithers & Duncan F Brown

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  1. nicki minaj fan

    In my county we can't leave our home, cuz our street's are not safe, we can't believe strangers cuz they are cheap minded and also young people can't do any kind of job before finishing their studies. Sometimes it took many time for getting a job. In my country if a young girl or man get a job on coffee shop, baby sitting etc they feel very shy😭our parents don't let us do any job or work that's why many of our parents taunt us. If we failed on exam our parents don't teach us how to be good on studies they always taunt us that they are just wasting their money on a trash
    (trash=we young ppl)
    So that's why many of young ppl in my country are not independent and self-dependent

  2. Best Indian

    Now I can say that India's parents are much better than any parents in other countries . Beacause they don't let go their blood child in this way ,if he or she get spoiled by bad company than they beat them but not let go them from the house after that they teach them to get off from any bad company and they cares about them future and many more.

  3. mayatuck

    This all resulted from a girl from a private school who felt so entitled that she wouldn't give up her phone because of a group chat. When the mom lets her sweat for a bit and eventually lets her back in the house, she again uses her entitled attitude to corrupt her little sister. Young people, check your attitude at the door. Hopefully the guy who was beating on the principals mom got what he deserved in jail.

  4. Jay Smith

    Ive been homeless and had to break the law just to survive day to day, now I got my own flat but it wasent through the council, they didn't do fuck all for me I had to hussle to get my flat

  5. Shawna Kimberly Goode

    Thank you for sharing this amazing short film like this one. This short film is about this young gril who. Is. Homeless and the mother is very concerned about her daughter and making her nice. Dinner and now. All sudden this young gril s mother putting her young daughter s out in the streets and this man he very concerned about this young gril who needs some help like finding very nice home to leave and finding s like family like

  6. changbintastyarms

    Unpopular opinion, she's just acting like a child, its not that way to solve a problem. Many ppl are homeless so imagine how is difficult to this ppl for live, she has to be gratefull that she have a home, food and a place to sleep. And if her mom kick her out its just for her stupid attidiue.

  7. Adam Gorelick

    Basically a PSA regarding NHS services for the homeless. Well executed and heartfelt; hopefully, with the Labour Party neutered and f—kwit Boris Johnson in power, these services are still available.

  8. cécile Enouyo

    Ça n'empêche pas qu'elle est impolie j'ai pas du tout aimé son comportement, hummmm l'école de maintenant pffff… a notre temps, tu n'aura même pas le courage de parler a ton professeur ainsi, si tu as des problèmes cela ne te donne pas le droit d'être impolis …l'histoire est mal raconté.. Respectons nos parents même si, ils sont sévères.. Pour le beau père violent là… Hummm, il faut appelé la police