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90s Cult Classic 'Human Traffic' Could Be Getting A Sequel

90s Cult Classic 'Human Traffic' Could Be Getting A Sequel

Human Traffic, one of the last great odes to 90s rave culture, could be getting a sequel.

'Human Traffic: The Revolution', which will allegedly reunite the cast in Ibiza, will be written and directed by Justin Kerrigan, who shot to fame after shooting the original.

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Little is currently known about the film except that a Facebook page for for the sequel was made in March earlier this year, posting updates from the original movie.

Human Traffic was released in 1999 and revolved around one mass, drug blowout in Cardiff for main characters Jip, Lulu, Koop, Nina and Moff.

It featured John Simm, Lorraine Pilkington, Shaun Parkes and Nicola Reynolds as well as a baby-faced Danny Dyer, who made his film debut as Moff.

Justin Kerrigan, who has only directed one other film since Human Traffic, often talks about the effect his film had on audiences at the time and to this day.

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Danny Dyer himself, being cryptic about the sequel.

Speaking to WalesOnline around the time of the films 15th anniversary, he said:

"I'm proud to have worked with all the people on Human Traffic, it was the surprise box office hit of the year and the awards that it won where totally unexpected, but what I'm most proud of is when people tell me 'that's me', that they see themselves in one of the characters.

"It makes me feel that we are all connected in some strange way."

Words by Josh Teal

Featured image credit: Picture Metrodome

Josh Teal

Josh Teal is a journalist at LADbible. He has contributed to the 'Knowing Me, Knowing EU' and 'UOKM8?' campaigns interviewing everyone from student drug dealers to climate change activists.