Rupert Grint Filmography: Mojo

Rock ‘n roll, gangs, and drugs form the foundation for Rupert Grint’s stage debut at the Harold Pinter Theatre of the West End in London.

In the play “Mojo,” written by Jez Butterworth (also made into a feature film), Grint played Sweets, a drug-consumed scoundrel in 1950s London.
 
The black comedy is directed by Ian Rickson, who directed the original 1995 stage production. "Mojo" premiered on October 26th, 2013 and ran through February 8th, 2014
 
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