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It's a Scottish story about good name and public esteem. In present Glasgow, Azeem(Rodrig Andrisan), a middle age and very proud Turkish barber, protects a young man, Michael(James McArdle), when is attacked by the brutal Tam(Dave MacRae). This is the tough part of the story. Because the moments lived by Michael only with Azeem, are of a pure quality classical comedy...
Michael Small is a slightly racist man, who finds himself on the run from a thug, an old school friend called Tam, and hides the first place he finds - a customer-less Turkish Barber's shop. The Barber, Azeem, is a very strange man - and begins an absurd encounter, where - Azeem gives Michael an awful haircut - at times Michael mistakes a traditional Turkish haircut as an attempt on his life, he truly is terrified - and ultimately in an unexpected turn of events, Michael is rescued by the very same barber, when Tam reappears to threaten him. Michael is saved by the sort of character he has always wished Scotland would turn away. And It was a local who endangered him. It really is a shocking wakeup call for him. Michael has to conclude, that maybe the problem with Scotland isn't with the people moving into the country - but maybe the problem is with the people that already here.
The rollicking tale of unexpected friendship found in the most unusual of places.
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