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With thrilling performances from an unknown teenage cast, Small Creatures reveals the delicate nature of boyhood friendships and how one boy's rebelliousness can lead the pack astray. Set on a Merseyside estate, Coggie and Macca know Ste is dangerous to be around, but sometimes what he gets them into is fun and exciting. Unable to keep their distance they get caught up in a moment that spirals out of control, forcing them all on very different journeys. Not the usual bullying film, this is an interestingly shot and gripping drama that warns how teenage minds can be so easily influenced.
This film has not been classified by the BBFC. Into Film suggest the film is engaging for ages 14+.
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