Two men meet up, while travelling north on separate missions. Charlie wants to catch up with the man who has stolen his wife, while Vicente is trying to escape a contract castration. After ... See full summary »
Hallam's talent for spying on people reveals his darkest fears-and his most peculiar desires. Driven to expose the true cause of his mother's death, he instead finds himself searching the rooftops of the city for love.
Eric Love is a 19 year old teenager who is so violent he has been 'Starred Up' (Moved to Adult prison) where he finds his father Neville who Eric hasn't seen since he was 5 (since he was ... See full summary »
In Scotland, the successful American band The Make formed by the singer Adam and the keyboard player Tyko will participate at T in the Park Festival. When they meet the girls from the band The Dirty Pinks, Adam has an argument with the lead singer Morello. A preacher separates them and asks the two bands to pray together. Out of the blue, he handcuffs Adam and Morello and leaves the place in a golf cart. When The Dirty Pinks have to perform, Adam participates with the group and their show is a success. They are forced to spend the night together and his girlfriend Lake and her boyfriend Mark stay with them. But soon they feel that Adam and Morello are connected not only by the handcuffs.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
As the movie was filmed on site at T in the Park the cast and crew were constantly reacting to their surroundings and incorporating them into the performances. See more »
When Adam and Morello exit the shower Morello is still wearing most of her ripped off white t-shirt and her black skirt. In the next scene when she and Adam flop on the couch her white t-shirt and skirt are gone and she is just wearing her black tank top and underwear. See more »
...and something called Irn-Bru, but I think that's beer.
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Written by Ed Lay (as E. Lay), Russell Leetch (as R. Leutch), Tom Smith (as T.Smith) and Chris Urbanowicz (as C. Urbanowicz)
Performed by The Editors
Licensed courtesy of Kitchenware Records Ltd under exclusive licence to Sony Music Entertainment UK Ltd
Published by Soul Kitchen Music Ltd
Administered by Koball Music Publishing Ltd See more »
Somehow right from the start, when I saw the UK National Lottery logo, I knew I was going to like this movie. And it was one of most intimately heartfelt movies I have seen in months. The plot in itself is neither a big bang discovery nor it ends with an unexpected twist. The events follow the inevitable logic of a fairytale, leavening everyone happy and where they have to be in life. But make no mistake, it doesn't cause the story to be ant less interesting because what you want in this movie is to soak into the atmosphere of the music festivals, the great music in itself( if you are into this indie kind of stuff) and of course the boy-meet-girl-than-both-get-handcuffed love story. It was so imaginary and so real at the same time that I completely fell head over heals for it. I always liked Natalia and Luke, being two of the most peculiar, unforgettable faces in cinema today. They delivered great performances with very believable chemistry.That topped with Luke's singing in the beginning made all this music fairy land so organic and tangible, pretty impossible to look away. Also I very much appreciated how the romance was sprinkled with few good laughs that totally kept the presumed mushiness aside. Great film to enjoy, excellent hangover antidote.
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