The Kurupt FM crew rob on Japan in the first trailer for the upcoming Folks Upright Enact Nothing film.
In accordance with the Bafta-worthwhile BBC mockumentary series, the crowd’s first gigantic-cowl day day shuffle takes them to Asia where their song has it sounds as if came across a rental.
The trailer for Folks Upright Enact Nothing: Gigantic In Japan sees the crew – including Allan Mustafa’s MC Grindah, Hugo Chegwin’s DJ Beats and Asim Chaudhry’s Chabuddy G – flying across the enviornment to shuffle standing and fortune.
One in all their songs has been outdated on a in vogue sport show in Japan, possibly opening the door to worldwide stardom.
The film is directed by Jack Clough, who is identified for his work on Skins.
Furthermore appearing in the film are Steve Price, Dan Sylvester and Lily Brazier.
The film is a Roughcut manufacturing and became developed by BBC Movies and BBC Comedy.
Folks Upright Enact Nothing became created by Mustafa, Price, Chaudhry and Chegwin, with the series first airing on BBC Three in 2014.
It follows the crew as they stir a pirate radio space taking half in storage song from Brentford. The fifth and closing series aired on BBC Two in 2018.
Upright Enact Nothing: Gigantic In Japan is attributable to reach in cinemas on August 18.