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How do you feel about the place you grew up in? Is it the place where you belong - or somewhere you dream of escaping from? In this drama, Freddie, Bruce and Snork are desperate to get away from their hometown just outside of Reading, but time is passing since they finished school and they haven't gone anywhere. It's written and directed by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, who (mostly) put aside the comedy approach of Extras for a convincing recreation of a moment in life when many of us expect excitement - but aren't always willing to take risks to make something happen.
When a group of friends reunite for a wedding it becomes clear they are all struggling with the passage into adulthood.
14+ years 105 mins
A young man with a boring job prefers to escape the real world and spend most of his time in his own wild imagination.
11+ years 94 mins
Set in 1962 this bittersweet comedy follows recently graduated high school students as they negotiate the last summer before adulthood.
11+ years 112 mins
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