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Traveller (2013)

Not Rated | | Drama | 6 December 2013 (UK)
A year in the life of a half-breed Gypsy as he tries, against the odds, to adjust to the 21st century and leave his roots behind.

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Credited cast:
... Blackberry
Billy Cook ... Owen McBride
Benedict Wolf ... Edwin
Lois Winstone ... Litzy
... Wentzelow
Khan Bonfils ... Tolui
Seb Castang ... Myles
Ronnie Fox ... Harshall
Marc Aeon Bradley ... Spottiswoode (as Marc Bradley)
... Felix
Nick Thomas-Webster ... Bailiff
Eoin McCarthy ... OConnell
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Gabbi Alner ... Traveller
Carl Appleby ... Policeman
Jason Ash ... Polish Lodger
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A year in the life of a half-breed Gypsy as he tries, against the odds, to adjust to the 21st century and leave his roots behind.

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Blood, bare-knuckle fighting and breaking horses ... Gypsy style!

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£1,000,000 (estimated)
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I hated it
26 February 2014 | by See all my reviews

Traveller is a by the numbers "Gypsy thriller" with little to recommend it. Its incredibly clichéd,resorting to gangster movie clichés and poorly staged fistfights for punctuation.

The script is awful ( i haven't read the book upon which it is based but as the same writer wrote both I would not be optimistic).

performances vary massively but no-one is impressive. This may be because of benjamin F John's lacklustre direction. This is John's only directing credit, and it feels like a contractual obligation.

perhaps it is a generational thing but I can't see the appeal of David essex. I realise that he was successful in the 1970's but he has no appeal to my age group.

I was bored by this and wished I hadn't bothered. Avoid.


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