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Matty Burton is the middleweight boxing champion of the world. Now, coming towards the end of his career, he knows that he must make his money and get out of the game. His aim is to secure a home with his wife Emma, and a future for their baby daughter Mia. After a titanic battle against Andre 'The Future' Bryte, Matty returns home to Emma, but moments later collapses on the living room floor from a delayed reaction to a devastating punch. When Matty awakes from the coma, the real fight begins. Suffering from memory loss and with his personality altered, Matty must begin to piece his life back together as his world disintegrates.Written by
Journeyman. Written, directed and starring the brilliant Paddy Considine as a fictional world champion boxer who has one last fight to prove to himself he's a champion. Sound like a cliche? Not a bit of it. The boxing is a mere backdrop to the subsequent aftermath when Paddy suffers brain damage. Both my brother and I cried on two occasions - but the film earned its emotion. Paddy then gave a live Q and A after the film. Came across as a really funny, down to earth bloke. 8 out of ten
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