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Between Two Worlds (2016)

The tale of a young writer trying to get over the girl that left him behind and survive the intricacies of the capital's nightlife with only the help of his hard partying, wisecracking ... See full summary »

Director:

James Marquand

Writer:

Stephen Morris
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Cast

Credited cast:
Chris Mason ... Ryan
Hannah Britland ... Anna
Lucien Laviscount ... Connor
Example Example ... John (as Elliot Gleave)
Mark Womack ... Joe
Charlie Anson ... Freddie
Monica Lopera Monica Lopera ... Susannah
Wallis Day ... Lucy
Molly Taylor Molly Taylor ... Josie
Bethan Wright ... Emily
Tom Lorcan Tom Lorcan ... Dougie
Tom Conlan Tom Conlan ... Dylan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Giles Alderson ... Vinnie
Sarah Casado Thomas Sarah Casado Thomas ... Mayfair Glam
David Christopher-Turner David Christopher-Turner ... Ryan's Dad
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The tale of a young writer trying to get over the girl that left him behind and survive the intricacies of the capital's nightlife with only the help of his hard partying, wisecracking friends as they drag him from one London nightspot and party to the next. Written by Stephen Morris

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Comedy | Romance

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Scott Dann (soccer player for Crystal Palace F.C.) is one of the executive producers. See more »

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Excellent modern day romance
28 October 2015 | by joanneisherwoodSee all my reviews

This film is based on a modern day life in the fast lane in the London capital. It follows 3 young men trying to make their way in the big world. Partying hard with the big men they work with, they just want to have some fun. Until he meets the girl of his dreams. There are ups and downs for the three of them but this is a must watch film. This is the debut film that reveals Elliot Gleaves (aka example as you will all know him by) acting skills. You will not be disappointed as the acting throughout the film is top notch from all the actors. There are many face that you will see in this film, that you will recognise from all different TV series including Waterloo Road and Hollyoaks are just a couple of them. This is a excellent modern day romance that will have you watching it over and over again. I will guarantee you will enjoy it just as I did.


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Country:

UK

Language:

French | English

Release Date:

23 January 2016 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

The Boy with the Thorn in His Side See more »

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GBP0 (estimated)
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Formidable See more »
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Color
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