Summertime, 1994. In a quiet mining village just outside Doncaster, a rumour stirs about the legend of a giant carp in the nearby decoy ponds. Trevor takes watch one night at the water's ... See full summary »
The film is a comedy short about two young brothers Pete (15) and Omar (17) who decide to go to Blackpool and scatter their dad's ashes (Pete's biological and Omar's surrogate). Once in ... See full summary »
A modern day parable and a moral tale focusing on how difficult it can be to recover from a life on the streets. A man outside a bank begins to sink into the pavement how people react will be key to his plight.
Omar and Pete are half brothers. When their parents are eaten by lions they embark on a journey to find Omar's real father. What follows is a funny, heart-warming journey of self-discovery for both boys...in Blackpool. The Choudray family represents a truly contemporary example of modern multicultural Britain - but what will the brothers make of their eccentric newfound family? Will they be going to Mecca or Mecca bingo? In contrast to the old fashioned stereotypes about Blackpool, the comedy is sharp, current and non-stop.
This is terrible. First of all, the lead actor looks 'handsome' but can't act to save his life. The rest of the cast also can't act and struggle with badly written cardboard dialogue. Finally, the writing / dialogue is trying way to hard to be 'super witty' and comes across as super forced. Poor. 4/10
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