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Family gatherings, especially in films, can be stressful occasions. Abi, Doug and their three children discover this on a particularly fraught trip to celebrate their Granddad’s birthday in Scotland. Terrified of alarming the eccentric old man and worsening his ill health, Abi and Doug have decided to keep a few secrets from the rest of the family, not least that they are about to get divorced. As the bickering ensues and tensions rise events take a dramatic turn that force the family to overcome their differences and work together. This warm film draws hilarious, natural performances from its young cast whilst sensitively handling issues that affect many families.
Iconic story about three London children moving to the country after their father is falsely imprisoned, forced to live in poverty in rural Yorkshire.
7–14 years 106 mins
Comedy about a father who disguises himself as a nanny so he can see his children after his wife files for divorce and wins custody.
7+ years 120 mins
Frothy remake of the 1977 Disney body-swap comedy about a constantly quarrelling mother and daughter.
7–14 years 97 mins
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