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Stephen is an agoraphobic young man, unable even to visit the shops. It transpires that he's been holed up in his flat for a year, ever since a disastrous European road trip with his gregarious mate Bunny. Director Paul King's imaginative and offbeat first feature tells Stephen's sorry tale in flashback, and Michel Gondry-esque flights of animated fantasy, along with cameos from the likes of Julian Barratt and Noel Fielding (King directed TV's The Mighty Boosh), confirm the film's quirky credentials.
This film has several uses of strong bad language.
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