Porc Pei

Porc Pei
Porc Pei

Year

1999

Duration

50 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

Welsh

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Synopsis

This light comedy sees young minister's son Ken reluctantly named best church singer in his village in Wales, despite his desperate efforts to lose the contest. This means he will be broadcast singing the children's hymn on the BBC - an honour he'd rather do without. That's only the beginning of a series of hilarious misfortunes, as Ken's theft of the filling of the pork pie his mother intends to feed to the visitors, coupled with the greed of his pet dog Bonzo, create havoc.

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Contains mild horror

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