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Gone Too Far!

Gone Too Far!
Gone Too Far!

Year

2013

Duration

88 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

A South London comedy set over the course of one day, following two estranged teenage brothers - one from London, the other Nigeria. Initially Yemi is excited to meet his brother Ikudayisi but when he arrives off the plane wearing socks and sandals, he is not as cool as Yemi imagined. Amongst a series of misunderstandings they end up lost on the streets of Peckham and inadvertently mixed up in a gang fight. Poking fun at the tensions created by different cultures living together in one community this is a comical reminder of the importance of heritage and identity.

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Infrequent strong language, discriminatory terms, moderate sex references.

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