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Lawrence is back with Kim, but are they back in Love? Something else has crept into their relationship. Is it the stress of being a dad? Are they being forced to grow up? Are they coping?

Back Home

Lawrence is coming home. He needed a break. But Kim needs to talk. Is he sorry?

Night Out

Kim’s looking forward to the party. Lawrence is stressing.

Fallout

Kim has to choose between two people she loves.

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THE KIM RESOURCE KIT

  • Kim DVD and 12 page accompanying educational toolkit.
  • Full 30 minute movie with chapters.
  • A Childs Story - Audio testimony.
  • A Mothers Story - Personal testimony of a mother who lost a daughter to domestic violence.
  • A license to use the film for awareness raising and training.

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THE KIM WORKSHOP

In addition to the packs we offer a variety of training packages to both professionals and direct to young people:

  • A training programme to professionals on using the tool kit with young people.
  • Workforce development training to professionals on violence and domestic abuse.
  • Sessional workshops to young people. These sessions are unique in combining a domestic violence trained practitioner alongside the two lead characters in the film (Kim and Lawrence). Peer to peer learning in its most potent form.

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The Characters

Sex:Male
Birthday: August 26, 1984
Siblings: Matthew Everett
Parents: Warren Everett
Relationship Status
: Engaged
Current City: London, United Kingdom
Religious beliefs: ME MYSELF AND I


INTERESTS
I HATE Chelsea, Texas Hold'em Poker, Texas HoldEm Poker

MUSIC
Drum and Bass Amir Muhadith a.k.a Loon, David Sides, Nipsey Hussle, T.I., The Game, Alicia Keys, Bob Marley, Snoop Dogg, The Slauson Boyz, Artic Monkeysm, I hate bullshitters
TV - Tom and Jerry
Films - Scarface

Sex – female
Birthday - 21 August 1986
Siblings – none
Relationship Status – Engaged
Parents – don’t care
Current city – London
Political views – child benefit
Religious beliefs – Bullshit

INTERESTS
Truth is, everybody is going to hurt you; you just gotta find the ones worth suffering for." -Bob Marley, "I'm selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best." — Marilyn Monroe

Books – Don’t read books, only magazines

Films - Dirty Dancing, Girly Chick Flicks, Horror movies

TV - When I was your age, we had Kenan And Kel. Not Drake and Josh., Miami Ink, Hollyoaks, X Factor, Britains Got Talent

Music - Bit Ov Everything Really, Depends on My Moods

Sex: Female
Children: No
Relationship Status: Looking for one
Interested In: Men
Looking For: Friendship
Bio: Nice gal, funny, witty and genorous, game for a laugh.
Favorite Quotations: Live life and enjoy.

I hate when girl's act dumb for attention, If you like me, Tell Me, if you miss me, Show it, if you love me, Prove it, I Dont Need Anger Management ... You Just Need To Stop Pissin Me Off !!, After an arguement I think about clever things I should have said, I Love Crystal Palace, Fridge Bar, noel Clarke, Texas HoldEm Poker, R.I.P to those killed in the shootings in Cumbria <3, ? Ladies Darts in South London. Meeting someone who is also drunk and immediately becoming best friends, Random laughter when remembering something. But some people are like pennys, 2 faced & worthless :)

Lawrence has known Sean since they were kids. Like a brother.
Sean’s the mouthy one though – rarely thinking outside his trousers. He reckons if Lawrence saw women the way he does – life would be better and Kim would be easier to control. Does Sean’s advice help Lawrence make the right choices? What would he think if Sean talked about his daughter like that?

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Domestic violence doesn’t always start on the first date.
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Helpline for those who inflict violence in relationships including young men and women.

Free 24-hour helpline run by Women’s Aid and Refuge. Calls to this number will not show up on BT landline phone bills.

Free and confidential 24 hour helpline for young people in the UK. Calls will not show up on mobile phone or landline bills.

Helpline for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people experiencing domestic violence

Helpline for male victims of domestic violence.

Confidential helpline for young people. Open 8am – 2am

Rape Crisis Centres offer a range of services for women and girls who have been raped or experienced another form of sexual violence.

Contact Us

To get in touch with Latimer Creative Media,
please email info@latimercreativemedia.com,
call 0208 969 1961 or fill out the form below.

About Kim

KIM tells the story of a young woman involved in a volatile relationship, and the effects of domestic violence on her family.

The Film originated from St. Michael’s Fellowship’s work with young parents at risk of or experiencing domestic violence.

It was created in partnership with young people with the aim of stimulating wider discussion and debate about this important issue...

KIM is brought to you by a partnership between St. Michaels Fellowship and Latimer Creative Media
latimercreativemedia.com
stmichaelsfellowship.org.uk

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OUR AIM

The partnership between St. Michael’s Fellowship and Latimer Creative Media was founded on a shared belief in giving young people a voice in the process of social change. Fundamental to this is the desire to harness their skills, their creativity and their experiences to create learning resources that speak with an authentic voice.

We believe that giving young people genuine influence over local services is the most effective way of ensuring greater access and increased participation.

The shared experience and expertise of the two organisations, coupled with the skills, creativity and commitment of the young people has resulted in two powerful dramas which have already sparked debate among London audiences, and will serve as a valuable learning resource for young people nationwide.

THANK YOU!

Special thanks to the following young people without which this project would not be possible:

Cast

Kim Brown / Lawrence Everett / Charlie Everett / Shawn McPherson / John Apedo-Amah / Richard Charles / Rebecca Reilly / Cass Tait / Claudia Marilla Rei / Beenie / Jode Ann / Blackwood

Music and Sound

Roland Apedo-Amah / Grace Soilleux / SNAPP Productions / Henri Stark / Randy Valentine / Anthony Walters a.k.a. “KNAP”

Social work consultants

Tom Owens (LSCB) / CARS at St. Michael’s Fellowship

Production and Development

Rodney Afram / Caleb Bossman / Jerome Campbell / Nathaniel Clarke / Josh Hart / Mohammed Kamara / Moses Kasiibayo / Jamie King / Devon Martin / Rikell McLeoi / Aziz Munungi / Mark Pearson / Jermaine Williams