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Fit-Boy (2011)

| Drama, Thriller
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A no-budget film, produduced single-handed, Fit-Boy is a tale of a group of lads in their late 20s who still haven't quite settled down in their lives yet. One of the group, the womanizing,... See full summary »

Director:

Glen Pearson
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Credited cast:
William Robert Pearson William Robert Pearson ... Fit-Boy
Nathan Watkis Nathan Watkis ... Billy
Tom Soane Tom Soane ... Jim
Owen Llewelyn Owen Llewelyn ... Zac (as Owen Ford)
Chris St. Omer Chris St. Omer ... Jason
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Charlie Bowes Charlie Bowes ... Steve
Omar Crosthwaite Omar Crosthwaite ... Sean
Sophie Dixon Sophie Dixon ... Laura
Jake Kannoo Jake Kannoo ... Mark's friend
Neil Kannoo Neil Kannoo ... Phil
Heidi Loveridge Heidi Loveridge ... Chloe
Jen Merchant Jen Merchant ... Stephanie
Davey 'Big Red Cap' Stokes Davey 'Big Red Cap' Stokes ... DanjaRuss
Tommy Wales Tommy Wales ... Student
Emma Weeks Emma Weeks ... Stacey
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A no-budget film, produduced single-handed, Fit-Boy is a tale of a group of lads in their late 20s who still haven't quite settled down in their lives yet. One of the group, the womanizing, drug-dealing Fit-Boy (so named because of his skills with the ladies), is starting to get out of control.... With all the crew and cast working for free, and consisting of many first-time actors, Fit-Boy belies its production values and is a very enjoyable, dark drama-comedy. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Thriller

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

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Budget:

£3,500 (estimated)
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Somerstown Film See more »
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Trivia

When Fit-Boy is on the fruit machine the numbers 6 5 7 come into view. This is the name of Portsmouth's infamous hooligan crew back when the first train for away games left at 6:57 on a Saturday morning. The cameraman and director couldn't believe their luck when it popped up by complete fluke so Glen made sure it appeared in the final edit. See more »

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