Sam Gittins leads a cast, including Leslie Ash and Toyah Willcox, in what's being billed as a 'lighthearted adventure movie set in the world of Mods'.

The Isle of Wight has a key role in the film that is released in cinemas today (Friday, July 9). 

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To Be Someone reunites some of the stars of the cult 1979 movie Quadrophenia, for the first time in over four decades.

Directed by Ray Burdis, it centres on young entrepreneur Danny (Sam Gittins), who co-owns a nightclub and scooter shop.

When he meets the secret financier - a crazy gangster - an illegal drugs run to the Isle of Wight is offered as a swap for shares.

The Island's annual popular scooter festival, which sees thousands of enthusiasts descend over the August bank holiday weekend, seems to be the perfect cover.

Kaleidoscope Films calls it "a feel-good tale of modern-day mods, music, and scooter culture."

From the producer of The Krays and Love, Honor and Obey, it stars the original cast of the iconic, cult mods n’ rockers film, Quadrophenia.

It was originally due to be released in 2020.

Above: The official trailer. Below: The teaser.

To Be Someone is in cinemas from July 9, it will be out on DVD and digital from August 9.