|Starring:||Colin Morgan, Colm Meaney, Stuart Graham, Diarmuid Noyes|
|Genre:||Drama - General|
|Studio:||FUSION MEDIA SALES|
|Run time:||1 hour 30 minutes|
|Rental release:||12 Mar 2012|
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stick it on your list!By scrabslad (40 reviews) from Hove , 16 Apr 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]Really enjoyed this even though it made me feel a little sad at the end. Full of fantastic acting and scenes of great beauty.
The protagonist reminded me of many of the older generation who hold onto their morals with a much tighter grip than people these days.
The anti-drugs message is clear but it doesn't take anything away from the power the film holds and isn't overtly throwing it in your face. I think we all know that certain things need to be kept at arms length. The only critique I would have is that cannabis seems to be demonized as some kind of gateway drug which is a complete untruth.
Well worth a watch.
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Not so depressing if your in the right state of mind...By NotSoDepressing (1 review) , 21 Apr 2013Brilliant acting. Really captures the idea that we create our own problems and that sometimes we can't fix them and sometimes we can.
Slight But NiceBy buffyrules (335 reviews) from southend on sea , 25 Mar 2013Interesting film with solid performances and a touching story. Not a great deal going on and far from life changing and could have been a very powerful short. Good to see Merlin speaking in his natural accent.
well spent 90 minsBy a customer , 14 Jan 2013Another excellent Irish film with a big heart. The acting is excellent although i would say living in your car is more problematic than displayed in the film. Overall a very enjoyable 90 minutes
Park yourself in front of thisBy GerryR (8 reviews) , 13 Jan 2013
[Highly rated reviewer]I was very pleasantly surprised by this movie. Its one of these 'little' movies that makes you glad you enjoy movies. A gentle, human story without the usual cliched big studio trappings. Colm Meaney is especially excellent and is surrounded by convincing fellow-actors. More please, Darragh Bryne!
Smack between your toes.By safenting (6 reviews) , 30 Nov 2012
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHideA little bleak.. a little obvious with the 'swimming' metaphor. Don't watch if you're already medicated for your mood. Safe n ting.