Two young Scots boys travel to school to find that one is offered on by a girl. Despite his nerves his older friend teaches him how to kiss and develops his confidence with surprising results!

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Cast

Cast overview:
Ross Wright ...
Andy
Tarek Hamad ...
John
Katrina Bryan ...
May
Claire McKie ...
Mother
Melanie Hay ...
Angie
Sandra McDowall ...
Graveyard lady
James Robert McGill ...
Mr. Davies (as James McGill)
John McDowall ...
Coalman
Naomi Stevenson ...
Young May
Nancy McKinnell ...
John's Mother (voice)
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Two young Scots boys travel to school to find that one is offered on by a girl. Despite his nerves his older friend teaches him how to kiss and develops his confidence with surprising results!

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October 2000 (USA)  »

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Kit szeretsz a legjobban?  »

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A refreshing change
7 May 2003 | by (Washington, England) – See all my reviews

This film could have been the usual hackneyed, gritty, kitchen sink drama with a moral running through it. Instead, this is a well acted (by non-professionals), competently directed comedy short with a subject matter that will resonate with most people as we've all been there.

I saw this film on the Cinema 16 compilation and I feel it stands up well against the other shorts (from such directors as Christopher Nolan, Ridley Scott, Mike Leigh and John Smith).

Well worth watching.


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