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Heavy Metal Junior
We follow a prepubescent band from Scotland in their bid for rock glory.
Last Modified: 24 Nov 2009 14:18 GMT



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Filmmaker: Chris Waitt

Hatred is a loud, five-piece metal band from Stirling, Scotland with an average age of 11.

This film follows their shambolic preparations for a large open air gig as they battle with their song-writing, instruments, parents and ultimately their own talent and ambitions, in a bid for rock glory.

An affectionate portrait of life in a rock band, played out in miniature, and made by award-winning filmmaker Chris Waitt.

Heavy Metal Junior aired from Sunday, November 22, 2009.

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Al Jazeera
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