Jaime enjoys sending herself up
Published 22/09/2010 | 08:39
Jaime Winstone is looking forward to sending herself up in a spoof of her previous film Kidulthood.
The Made In Dagenham star appears in new comedy Anuvahood, co-written and directed by Kidulthood co-star Adam Deacon and parodying young aspiring urban gangsters.
Jaime said: "It's a film that's Adam Deacon's got together with a few of his boys. It's kind of a spoof film, like a Friday sort of vibe, of Kidulthood and stuff like that. It's going to be fun.
"I only did a couple of days on it but I'm pretty sure it's going to be received quite well."
Jaime stars as a factory worker and aspiring model in new feel-good British comedy Made In Dagenham, based on the true story of the Ford factory workers, whose pay strike in 1968 lead to the Equal Pay Act.
Jaime said: "Just to work with a great bunch of actors like Sally Hawkins and Geraldine James and Miranda Richardson and Andrea Riseborough, it was fantastic. We just bounced off each other. So to come together and work and improvise for me was just almost a dream job."
:: Made In Dagenham is out on Friday October 1.