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Brothers (II) (2000)

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Everyone's "larging" it big time as a bunch of Brit boys work their way through Paros getting high, getting drunk and getting laid.


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Complete credited cast:
Matt Davidson "Mystic Matey"
Julian Davidson "The King" (as Daniel Fredenburgh)
Rebecca Cardinale ...
Anna Stefanos
Daren Jacobs ...
Chris Sullivan "Beercan"
Leigh Tapper ...
Joseph Richard "Fats Joey"
Fin Wild ...
Victor Newson "Tarzan"
Nick Valentine ...
Alex Webb "Driftwood"
Stephen Maggio ...
Ben Urqhuart "Wildman"
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Alexandros ...
Greek Boy
Nicola Baker ...
Victor's Child
Jenifer Barnes ...
Ben's Mother
Mike Barret ...
Ben's Brother
Louise Barth ...
Clare Beckwith ...
Chris's Girlfriend
Steven Booth ...
Ben's Father


Beercan, Driftwood, Fats-Joey, The King, Mystic Matey, Tarzan and Wildman - lads on the pull in sunny Greece in this sex and booze drenched feast. Everyone's "larging" it big time as this bunch of Brit boys work their way through Paros getting high, getting drunk and getting laid. Written by Anonymous

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This film is based on real holidays taken by the director Martin Dunkerton, his brother Julian Dunkerton and their mates Johnny Anthony, Tritan Anthony, Mark Somers, and Dennis Anthony (the character of 'Mystic Matey'). See more »

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"Extra special thanks to all the psychics & healers (you know who you are)" See more »


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Performed by Sons of Shaft
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A marvellous insight into 'lad culture' and an original masterpiece!
27 August 2002 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

We watched this film recently when it was shown on British Television with about twenty friends. Everyone enjoyed the film tremendously and found it hilariously funny and brilliantly scripted. The film is so original and a true insight into what holidays for the lads are really like. It explores some "dark" issues which are acted and directed to perfection. One of those rare films where you can identify with the character facets. With a varied cast there is something for everyone to relate to, even if you dont admit to it on the outside.You MUST see this film if you have ever been on holiday with your friends! Brilliant.

Richard King

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