|Directed by||Robert Cavanah|
|Produced by||Royd Tolkien|
|Distributed by||Cinematic Productions|
|Release date(s)||21 May 2010|
|Running time||91 minutes|
Pimp is a British thriller film released on 12 May 2010. It was written and directed by Robert Cavanah who also plays the lead role. Royd Tolkien, great-grandson of fantasy author J.R.R Tolkien, produced the film and plays himself in the story.
The film has received mostly negative reviews and low ratings. The Guardian critic Cath Clarke described the film as unpleasant, predictable, boring and unrealistic and criticised Dyer's role in the film.