A NEW film - with a soundtrack produced by musician Richard March from Stourbridge's Pop Will Eat Itself (PWEI) and starring Gregory Piper - has hit streaming services.

Fixed is about what happens the night before gambler Daz Clemance leaves Birmingham to start a crime free life in Spain.

It is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video, AppleTV, SkyStore, Googleplay and Xbox.

The film's soundtrack was produced by musicians Richard March of Pop Will Eat Itself and Bentley Rhythm Ace fame and Dan Finnemore from Low Cut Connie and Swampmeat Family Band.

The story follows Daz and his fateful night where he is beaten, stabbed and left for dead.

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Gregory Piper, (picture above) who appeared in BBC's Line of Duty as PC Ryan Pilkington and runs drama school Drama Workshop in Stourbridge, plays Daz’s estranged son.

Daz is played by Nicholas Clarke and the film also stars Laurence Saunders who has appeared in Doctor Who and The Bagley Boys.

It is directed by Halesowen College lecturer Jez Alsop (pictured below).

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Film and media lecturer Jez said: “We felt that the story had resonance, because it depicts a man who is devastated financially following an accident at work.

"He turns to gambling and crime, and it seemed like it reflected the harsh realities for a lot of normal working people.

"We knew we wanted to make a feature film but we had very little money, so we worked on an idea that we thought would be realistically achievable, made the production values as high as we could and it just worked."

Fixed was filmed in 20 days at The Lampworks Studios in The Jewellery Quarter in between lockdowns.

The film is written by Birmingham City University film lecturer Ryan Davis, who co-produced the work with colleague Alan McQueen.

It also features a cameo from UK rap star Juice Aleem.