Andrew Polyviou stars as main lead in the short movie, 'The Barbershop', written and directed by Monshur Alam, a former winner of the Guy Ritchie short movie awards.
'The Barbershop' is a colourful, larger than life and deliciously darkly humoured drama piece which uses comedy in order to address powerful themes which touch upon the human condition.
The key themes running throughout the film are of; friendship, community, love, fear and diversity.
All of which come together to address the overall key question - What is it to be a Londoner?
The ultimate goal of this film is to explore the multicultural aspects of London, exploring the identities of people that inhabit this wonderful melting pot of hybridity, with the occasional bumps that inevitably occur as cultures and traditions clash while trying to supersede one another with humorous outcomes.