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Wow - this turned out to be a great comedy drama
27 November 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I hadn't seen much of John Henshaw until little pudding, but he is fantastic. Since this I have made a point of looking out for him and watching his performances.

This is both a sensitive and very funny comedy drama about a father and son. Both of whom have to come to terms with a few home truths about like and themselves.

The son has to grow to accept his tragic past, while his father learns to face his future and better himself before its too late.

This is Craig Danial's first TV role (he is now to be seen in many UK TV dramas and soaps) and he was a joy - there are few young actors with the kind of discipline and skill required for a performance such as this.

Most importantly, this drama makes you laugh! Brilliant!

An all round little gem!

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