In the scene where the busker is about to be arrested Threpton Street doesn't exist, but the boundary between the Camden and Westminster boroughs is roughly north of Covent Garden. See more »
I liked this - and I hate cats!!
If you liked the first one (and I did) then you'll probably like this sequel. It pretty much picks up where the last one left off, as "Bob" and James Bowen (Luke Treadaway) continue to busk their way through life with plenty of trials and tribulations against the weather, the winter, animal welfare - you name it. It is told in such a fashion as to avoid any jeopardy with the ending, so we always know what will happen at the end - but it's still an enjoyably delivered Christmas feel-good film demonstrating the best (and worst) of human nature. It's a bit overly padded out, I felt, though. I could also have done without quite so much of Luke Treadaway's singing and it is exceedingly sentimental at times - but at this time of this particular year it is about a sincere and loving relationship - so cynics and bah humbuggers beware. What's not to like?
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