Mike is lost; he has no money, a dead end job and a girlfriend who is pregnant. Since he was a boy, Mike has been in love with comic books and the escape they offer. When a London publisher... See full summary »

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Mike (as Staten Eliot)
Katie Costick ...
Lucy
Jacqueline Worth ...
Marie
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Stone
Kristy-Anne Stanley ...
Alison
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Mr Walters
Lucia Pupilli ...
Micol
Desiree Willmes ...
Mike's Mother
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The Receptionist
Joe Colwey ...
Young Mike
Michael Eyres ...
MIke's Father
Alexander Clay ...
Cafe Worker
Steve Ballentine ...
Suit in Cafe
Andrew Salmond ...
Comic Shop Worker
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Mike is lost; he has no money, a dead end job and a girlfriend who is pregnant. Since he was a boy, Mike has been in love with comic books and the escape they offer. When a London publisher answers a letter about his own comic book, with the offer of a meeting, Mike understands it to be his last chance to shake off the demons of the past and prove himself to be a somebody. When the meeting goes badly wrong and he has nowhere to turn he meets Lucy and soon learns that you cannot let the past define your future. Written by Anon

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A film of real heart, hope that is told with real honestly and with much care and skill.
7 June 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Ignore IMDb's strange voting system and have a look at the breakdown of reviews to see how people really feel about this film!

A film of real heart, love and hope that is told with real honestly and with much care and skill.

There is a great understanding of love and hope as well an excellent appreciation and perspective of London and the struggles of modern urban life.

Beautifully shot, wonderfully subtle direction and great central performances make this a real find.

If you liked Before Sunrise/Sunset and that type of filmmaking, you'll love this.


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