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Comedy, Coming of Age, Romance, Science Fiction and Fantasy
Set in Croydon 1977 where punk is at the peak of its popularity, Enn and his two friends attempt to locate a party being thrown by revered local punk, Queen Boadicea. However the three boys accidentally stumble upon something rather different: an alien race who are touring the universe, currently residing in the south London suburb. Enn and co naively don’t pick up on this, instead believing they’ve uncovered a bizarre cult. And so when Enn begins to fall for one of the aliens, Zan, the boys attempt to set her free so that the two of them can be together. This is a lively, eccentric coming-of-age adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s short story which highlights the strangeness of first love and teenage life.
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