British-born Pakistani youths, so-called ‘Plastic Gangstas’, from Bradford on a day out to the beach in Blackpool. A generation of Muslims is growing up separated from the indigenous society. They go to predominantly Asian schools and hang out with Asian friends. Often the only contact between the two communities is through uncertain glances on the street or in local tabloids. Stuck in a Western society but feeling unwelcome and without many chances to escape from the ghetto, many youngsters seek identity in fundamentalist Islam.