Baby Driver

Baby Driver
Baby Driver




113 minutes


Action and Adventure, Crime, Thriller



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Seldom speaking and with youthful looks, the aptly-named Baby is a getaway driver for a criminal gang – led by Doc – who regularly commit high-risk, high-reward heists. After a car accident at birth left the youngster an orphan, and with permanent tinnitus, Baby turned to a life of crime. To combat the condition, he wears earphones constantly, with music playing an essential part in every aspect of his life. After meeting Deborah, a waitress at a local diner, Baby resolves to quit his life of crime so that they can ride off into the sunset together. But Doc and the rest of the gang aren’t so eager to let their lucky charm get away so easily. Baby Driver is a typically funny and energetic thriller from Edgar Wright which uses sound and visuals to superb effect.

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15 Classification

Strong language, violence.

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