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A teenager with the wrong friends and a grumpy old man form an unlikely bond that will help them both find a way out of their respective troubles.

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Philip (as Philip Davis)
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Kevin
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Becky
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Nigel
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Leon
Perry Benson ...
Ted
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Radio DJ (voice)
Ted Cozzolino ...
Grant
Andrew Ellis ...
Dan
Joey Fitzgerald ...
Clayton
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Ben
Lawry Lewin ...
Tom
Katie Stephen ...
Stevie

Directed by

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Jules Bishop

Written by

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Jules Bishop ... ()

Produced by

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Cecilia Frugiuele ... associate producer
Olivier Kaempfer ... producer
Steve Newton ... line producer

Music by

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Christopher Barnett

Cinematography by

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David Rom

Film Editing by

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Fiona DeSouza

Editorial Department

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Jason Beffa ... Assistant Editor
Jonathan Sykes ... data management
Lee Twohey ... colourist

Casting By

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Amelia Hashemi

Production Design by

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Miren Marañón

Art Direction by

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Augusta Akerman

Costume Design by

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Sophie Howard

Makeup Department

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Karina Deichler ... assistant makeup artist
Nadia Stacey ... Make-up & Hair Designer

Production Management

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Michael S. Constable ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Louise Caruana Galizia ... third assistant director
Alexander Holt ... second assistant director
Jonathan Hunter ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Jerry Bland ... production buyer
Joe Fitz-Gerald ... art department assistant
Elizabeth E. Schuch ... stand-by: art department

Sound Department

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Cristina Aragon ... adr supervisor / sound supervisor
Christopher H. Bourke ... foley recordist
Andrew Boyle ... dialogue editor
Libero Colimberti ... production sound mixer
James Anderson Creed ... foley artist
Francis Cullen ... boom person
Finn Curry ... sound designer
Gareth Rhys Jones ... foley artist
Michael Koderisch ... dubbing mixer
Jules Woods ... dolby mastering

Stunts

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Jason White ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Javier Santos Audera ... camera trainee
Andrew Bradley ... second assistant camera
Liam Butler ... second assistant camera: dailies
Paul Dain ... first assistant camera
Wezley Joao Ferreira ... clapper loader
Tom Maine ... best boy
Warren Markert ... second assistant camera
Jason Oxley ... first assistant camera: dailies
Benn Peacock ... first assistant camera
Nathan Porter ... electrician
Richard Swingle ... first assistant camera
Moncho Aldamiz ... first assistant camera: dailies (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Darren Baba ... extras casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Maudie Eva Whitehead ... costume assistant

Music Department

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Colin Codd ... musician
Catherine Houghton ... musician
Louise Strong ... score assistant

Transportation Department

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Robert Little ... driver

Other crew

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Jacqui Barr ... marketing executive
Darren Crisp ... production assistant
Maggie Ellis ... head of production and talent development: Film London
Rob Hill ... titles
Mike Kelly ... business and finance
Hugues Mace ... floor runner
Kasia Malipan ... production coordinator
John Nixon ... Armourer
Lucy Ward ... script supervisor

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Angeli MacFarlane ... special thanks

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Plot Summary

The story of two totally contrasting figures who come together in the most hostile of circumstances, only to form an unlikely bond that will help them both find a way out of their respective troubles. It is a bittersweet comedy about growing up and rediscovering youth in parallel, united by the subconscious desire to seek out the missing elements in their lives. Written by Film London

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Also Known As
  • Borrowed Time (United Kingdom)
Runtime
  • 88 min
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Movie Connections References Enter the Dragon (1973). See more »

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