Let Me In

A Contrast Films Production 2000 (Colour, 27mins, PAL)
Written and Directed by Ruhul Amin


Frozen Moments addresses the often-unacknowledged subject of intro-community hostility and conflict, following a group of young Bengali undesirables, 'existing' on the margins of their community. Like animals lying in wait, watching then pouncing upon their unsuspecting prey, the laws of the East End urban jungle dictate only the strongest survive and rule. As a bride runs away to escape an arranged marriage, a youth to escape violence, and another to escape the past, the results mean they too are hunted targets in this vicious cycle of life.


Shamim Talukder, Shohid Miah, Shumon Khan Fazal, Alomgir Alom, Momtaj Khalique, Shadhin Khasru, Nargis


Producer: Kathianne Hingwan; Production Coordinator: Nicole Sylvestone; Camera: Koutaiba Al-Janabi; Sound: Ruhul Amin; Editor: Rudilf Buitendach; Make Up: Hafa Uddin

Produced with financial assistance from the Bengali Cultural Association, City Of Westminster Art Council, The Art Council of England and the National Lottery Charities Boards

Frozen Moments showcased at the 44th London Film Festival and has received much success and critical acclaim around the UK and Global film festival circuits.