Johnny Simmons, who plays Kelsey at age 18, is the same age as Jake Sandvig, who plays Alan, his adoptive father. They were both 25 when A Bag of Hammers was made. See more »
When Lynette is hanging her interview shirt, she hangs it crooked. In the next shot, the shirt is hanged perfectly. See more »
I don't know how you could come here every day.
It's easy. I go to... I get up in the morning. I go to work. That's it.
So do I. That's it.
No, what you do isn't work. It's...
Well, it pays my bills - and sometimes yours.
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This film is dedicated to Suellen and William Crano. Who are great parents. See more »
Performed by Bernard Soustrot and Jean Dekyndt See more »
Beautiful film, brilliant soundtrack!
Really lovely storyline, well acted and genuine, I absolutely loved it. It wasn't what I expected and the advert really does not do it justice. I would recommend it to anyone. It also has a truly stunning accompanying soundtrack and I would highly recommend just listening to on its own. Its a very gentle film that doesn't pull its punches, its truthful and as the film goes on and the story starts to pull together you really start to realise how beautifully thought out it all is. It touches on the themes of neglect, a badly run welfare system and the horrible cycle of poverty and unfairness. Totally uplifting it made me cry twice! This film really does not get the credit it is due. Watch it and recommend it to all your friends!
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