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Perry Ogden's first feature as director is an offshoot of a previous documentary project, and tells what is apparently a barely fictionalised version of the real lives of its non-professional cast of travellers. The central character is 10-year-old Winnie, one of 10 children, like the actress playing her, who, excluded from school for a week, goes on a series of adventures which provide a grim, seemingly authentic insight into the lives of Ireland's community of travellers.
Documentary following the lives of the distinctive character of American high-school teens, a real life 'Breakfast Club'.
14+ years 95 mins
An anthem for troubled loners everywhere and an emblem of French cinematic cool, this is the deeply moving tale of a cheeky yet vulnerable schoolboy.
All ages 95 mins
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