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The beautifully framed opening scene of a break in the clouds signals the timely descent of a charming, fresh, British movie that explores a post-modern, upside-down version of angelic delights.
The two main characters are slackers looking for love and a life beyond work, football and serial affairs. Two angels are shipped from above to sort them out. But these are angels with a difference - one is an ex-dolphin and the other an ex-squirrel. Come on believe this, it's fun!
There's a fab, sexy swimming scene with the ex-dolphin (it works, well she's beautiful)and the ex-squirrel proves his worth too - he's a brave protector and warrior who crunches nuts with relish.
Of course because this is a rom-com there are hitches, but don't let that put you off, this is a great movie for a night in. In the 21st century, Offending Angels is a special experience, a movie with heart. Watch it and enjoy.
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