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A young man is forced to confront an uninvited and ever-present narrator. A touching comedy about brotherly devotion, cinematic viewpoints and the necessity of growing up because, at some point, boobs sound cool.
A long hot summer in rural Norfolk and a rough coming of age for Goob Taylor, fighting with brutal, womanizing stock car racer Gene Womack for his mother's attention, and falling for the exotic charms of a pretty foreign field worker.
Bypass does a brilliant job of illustrating the grim reality of what life is like when you don't have money. As the deadlines, debts and obligations mount we see the intense pressure put on Tim as he tries to hold his life together. Duane Hopkins' script shows how the UK is at a turning point, as being working class now is an aspiration rather than a reality for many.
Benjamin Dilloway & George MacKay's time together on the screen is a highlight as the two brothers with different personalities, the older street smart hard man & the younger naive innocent tackle the problems life throws at the family.
Chris Barwell's edit plays with space and time, giving a further sense of the lack of control the characters have over their lives.
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