Actor Darren McWarren starred in soap, mini-series and film before destroying his career with a series of indiscretions. Now McWarren is out of the industry and living in a small town in ... See full summary »
Eight men escape from the most isolated prison on earth. Only one man survives and the story he recounts shocks the British establishment to the core. This story is the last confession of Alexander Pearce.
Michael James Rowland
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This movie is amazing! It is so straightforwardly endearing! It follows a young man through a few weeks where everything in his life goes to hell. The beauty of the film though, is that it doesn't conform to the starsky-and-hutch, euro-trip kind of crappy comedy that Hollywood has been force-feeding us lately. This is a movie that actually deserved to be made, and one that should get a lot more credit than it has been. Rather than relying on cheesy one-liners, this is a real character study, a glimpse into a life you could actually see someone leading. Put it this way, if you find the royal Tannenbaum's, i <3 huckabees, and scrubs entertaining, you will appreciate this movie. If you don't, then your opinion doesn't matter anyway ;).
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