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Comedy about two Manchester lads who are still living at home with their mother even though well into their 20s. One is interested in animal rights, while the other works in a zoo. The stage is set for conflict.
Thanks to "Author: Tom May (email@example.com) from Sunderland, England" for your very useful comments on the film. Like a number of other viewers I found the ending just too much. I just did not get it! However thanks to Tom, it now has clicked and made the whole thing so very much worthwhile. I thought the spiritual content of the film very useful and interesting, and, though not a member of the Savation Army I thought the beliefs and and portrayal of it very reasonable and respectful. The whole cast was wonderful, but I do have to give 10/10 to Ken Stott who threw his whole talent into the role which must have exhausted him.
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