This debut movie of director Jevon O'Neill was both thought-provoking and thoroughly enjoyable, with a fantastic performance by Bruce Jones. At times surreal in concept, the atmosphere is gentle and good-humoured enhanced by sophisticated cinematography and a pithy , pacey script. A great 'feel-good' movie encompassing humour, pathos and imaginative locations (more positive representation for the North) which leaves you feeling that you have spent the last 90 minutes watching something worthwhile ( one of the last screen appearances of the late and great Brian Glover being another bonus).
I sincerely hope that Jevon O'Neill will soon be directing another such quality film.
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