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The Be All and End All (2009)

Not Rated | | Comedy , Drama | 3 December 2010 (UK)
At fifteen, Robbie has only one thing on his mind - losing his virginity. The problem is that he's in hospital with a fatal heart condition. And who has to overcome the odds and help him fulfill his final wish? His best friend Ziggy.

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Bruce Webb
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Credited cast:
Neve McIntosh ... Kate
Leanne Best ... Krystal
Josh Bolt ... Robbie Wallace
Liza Tarbuck ... Tina
Connor McIntyre ... Mr Wallace
Suzanne Collins Suzanne Collins ... W.P.C.
Eugene Byrne ... Ziggy
Kate Henry Kate Henry ... Ziggy's Step Mum
Bryony Seth Bryony Seth ... Sophie
Darren Rapier Darren Rapier ... Doctor Palmer
Paul J. Dove ... Business Man
Beverley Eve Beverley Eve ... Duty Nurse
Jason Mulhearn Jason Mulhearn ... Ziggy's Dad
Vicky Nightingale Vicky Nightingale ... Junior Nurse
Cath Rice Cath Rice ... Mrs. Wallace
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At fifteen, Robbie has only one thing on his mind - losing his virginity. The problem is that he's in hospital with a fatal heart condition. And who has to overcome the odds and help him fulfill his final wish? His best friend Ziggy.

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Comedy | Drama

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 December 2010 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Egyszer élünk See more »

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1.85 : 1
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A beautiful film about love and friendship.
18 April 2011 | by Louisa_MawsonSee all my reviews

This extraordinary film about the bonds of friendship hits you right in the heart. When 15 year old Robbie is hospitalised with a terminal illness, his final wish is to lose his virginity before he dies. Best mate Ziggy is charged with sorting out 'who' and 'how'.

This could easily have deteriorated into crude and insensitive titillation, but director Bruce Webb expertly navigates the fine line between humour and tragedy, taking us on a journey that will move you to tears one minute and laughter the next.

The two young leads deliver powerful and very believable performances in a film that manages to entertain, move and leave you feeling warm inside. Highly recommended.


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