- Status: Released
- Movie Tagline: Filthy Rich, Spoilt Rotten
- Genres: Drama
- Release Date: 2014-09-19
- Runtime: 107.0 min
- Budget: Not Available
- Revenue: $2.1 million
- Production Companies: BFI, HanWay Films, Blueprint Pictures, Film4 Productions
Cast & Crew
Max Irons, Sam Claflin, Douglas Booth, Holliday Grainger, Jessica Brown Findlay, Natalie Dormer, Sam Reid, Tom Hollander, Freddie Fox, Gordon Brown, Olly Alexander, Ben Schnetzer, Matthew Beard, Jack Farthing, Josh O’Connor, Harry Lloyd, Amber Anderson, Vincent Franklin, Patrick Barlow, Rachel Redford, Amanda Fairbank, Hynes, Teresa Churcher, Aki Omoshaybi, Michael Jibson, Xavier Atkins, Andrew Woodall, Anastasia Hille, Mary Roscoe, Geraldine Somerville, Julian Wadham, Shola Adewusi, Sarah Crowden, Joey Batey, Samuel West, Thomas Arnold, Miles Jupp, Vera Chok, Tony Way, Daniel Kendrick, Justin Edwards, Joseph Kloska, Liam McKenna, Ashley McGuire, Harry Attwell, James Laurenson
Synopsis – What to Expect from “The Riot Club”
The Riot Club is a 2014 British drama film based on the play Posh by Laura Wade. The film follows two first-year students at Oxford who are invited to join the prestigious and exclusive Riot Club, an all-male dining society known for its wild parties and outrageous behavior.
The film opens with Miles (Max Irons) and Alistair (Sam Claflin) arriving at Oxford University, both eager to make their mark. Miles is the son of a working-class family, while Alistair is the son of a wealthy aristocrat. They are both invited to join the Riot Club, a secret all-male dining society known for its wild parties and outrageous behavior.
At the club’s initiation ceremony, Miles and Alistair are introduced to the other members, including the arrogant and privileged president, Hugo Fraser-Tyrwhitt (Douglas Booth). The initiation ritual involves the members drinking heavily and behaving recklessly. As the night progresses, tensions between the members escalate and they become increasingly destructive.
When the members take their debauchery to a local pub, they come into conflict with the locals and a brawl breaks out. Miles and Alistair try to stop the fight, but it is too late and the police arrive. Miles and Alistair are arrested, and the other members of the Riot Club are expelled.
In the aftermath, Miles and Alistair are forced to confront their own privilege and the consequences
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