Kinky Boots

Kinky Boots
Kinky Boots

Year

2005

Duration

102 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Charlie Price is the unworldly owner of an ailing Midlands shoemaking firm. His employees, worried about their jobs, don't think he has what it takes and belittle him at every turn. In desperation, Charlie travels down to London in an attempt to get some ideas and, while there, meets charismatic drag queen Lola. Through Lola, Charlie has the notion that making 'kinky boots' for transvestites is the way forward, and the mad plan takes him, his company and Lola much further than they could ever have imagined...

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This film has one use of strong bad language.

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