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Two teenage step brothers fall for the same girl on a chaotic road trip from Shetland to Glasgow.


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Credited cast:
... Michael (as Jack Parry Jones)
... Thor (as Christy O'Donnel)
... Caitlin
... Jim
Tam Dean Burn ... Davey
... Pam
... Jerry
... Ruby
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
... Suzy
... Anne
... Young boy
... Tug
Dennis Lawson ... John
... Magnus
... Maurice


Two teenage step brothers fall for the same girl on a chaotic road trip from Shetland to Glasgow.

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The father of the bride in the wedding scene is extra Ronnie McGhie who is a radio presenter with Ayrshire station Irvine Beat FM. See more »


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Wonderful journey of discovery
4 May 2017 | by See all my reviews

I was fortunate enough to catch this film at the 2017 Newport Beach Film Festival, and it lingered with me for days. It's no surprise it took home the Jury award for best film.

There was something ethereal about the Scottish landscapes that gave this movie a sort of quietness. The performances were so strong, with Tara Lee, Christy O'Donnell and Jack Parry-Jones (NBFF Best Actor winner) dominating throughout. Even the supporting actors, in the roles of the parents, had a powerful presence.

It would be trite to call this a coming-of-age film, but in many respects it is. The situations in which the characters find themselves create a transformation and maturing of each. Well worth the watch.

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