Clive Owen stars as a prison inmate who goes into an experimental "open" prison where the inmates walk around freely and get job training for their impending releases. While there, he discovers he has a talent for growing flowers. His talent is recognized by a gardening guru who encourages him and four other inmates to enter a national gardening competition. Written by
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It is filmed at the world-renowned music school, the Yehudi Menuhin School. See more »
After the men lose the competition, they are invited to meet Her Majesty, and one of the officials says "Yes, HRH!" Which stands for His or Her Royal Highness, which could mean Charlels, Wills, Kate, Harry, etc.. BUT The Queen is Her Majesty - hence, she would be "H.M." See more »
[Waking up and seeing the flower on the nightstand, then seeing Colin]
What's that old thing doing back here?
It wasn't ready for the outside world.
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Run Rudolph Run
Written by Johnny Marks (as John D. Marks) and Marvin Brodie (as Marvin Brody)
Performed by Capricorn
Courtesy of Saint Nicholas Music Inc./Sunflower Music Inc, USA.
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A very well done movie, with everybody turning in a fine performance. Clive Owen was quite good, but David Kelly is simply marvelous. However odd as you may think the story is, you'll be drawn in by this movie almost immediately.
Gardening is pretty much a national sport in England, so perhaps the movie makes more sense to the Brits than us in the states, but don't be fooled by the story premise about a bunch of gardening inmates. It's just a plain enjoyable story that comes highly recommended.
It's based on a series of true events, which just makes the movie all the more delightful.
Go out and rent it, you'll enjoy it.
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