The Scouting Book For Boys

The Scouting Book For Boys
The Scouting Book For Boys

Year

2010

Duration

89 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

Teenagers David and Emily have been best friends for years, living in a caravan park near the sea. They spend their time drifting around and playing tricks on the visitors staying on their home patch. But when Emily decides to hide rather than be forced to leave, and David joins her, things get serious quickly. Written by friend of Into Film, Jack Thorne, this excellent British drama stars Thomas Turgoose (Somers Town).

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