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He was a loyal friend, a doting father, a loving husband who was cruelly taken from us, during a moments lack of concentration, crossing the inner-ring road, late last Thursday night. We will all miss Billy McCarten.
Thank fuck the busdriver didn't.
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Written by Amos Pizzey & Berg
Published by Warner Chappell Music / Copyright Control
Performed by Bleachin'
Licensed by Boilerhouse / BMG Records See more »
I saw this movie on a sort-of premiere thinking "this must be a crap flick", I didn't even know what the title means. But it actually turned out to be enjoyable, funny and heartbreaking little movie. All the performances were excellent, the script is good and the atmosphere is perfect for a British low class setting. If you have a chance, see it.
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