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Ronan Conway over 6 years ago
many love this movie, i thought it was kinda dull and missguided
Don Lathrop 6 months ago
Courtney Bess 2 years ago
Nathalie 2 years ago
Carol Tilley over 2 years ago
antoshka over 4 years ago
Lacey Shinn over 4 years ago
Vronk Der Hunnenkönig almost 5 years ago
We's Kbul almost 5 years ago
Gregory Mueller almost 5 years ago
Patrick Gaertner almost 5 years ago
Tom o'brien 5 years ago
Hiram Soto over 5 years ago
Sam Jepsen 6 years ago
Henke over 6 years ago
EJ Strauss over 6 years ago
Rose over 6 years ago
bethswald over 6 years ago
Nathan Blick over 6 years ago
Son of Rambow is a 2008 comedy-drama film written and directed by Garth Jennings. The film premiered January 22, 2007 at the Sundance Film Festival. It was later shown at the Newport Beach Film Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival and Glasgow Film Festival. The film was also shown at the 51st BFI London Film Festival. Son of Rambow was released in the United Kingdom on 4 April 2008 and opened in limited release in the United States on 2 May 2008. Set during an English summer during the early 1980s, the film is a coming of age story about two schoolboys. Will (Bill Milner) is quiet and shy, and comes from a family that belongs to the strict Plymouth Brethren religious sect. Will is forbidden to watch films or television and is made to leave his classroom when the teacher puts on a documentary. In the corridor, he meets Lee Carter (Will Poulter), the worst-behaved boy in school, thrown out of another class for bad behavior. They accidentally...
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