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Year

2023

Duration

84 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Drama

Language

English


Synopsis

Georgie is a hugely charismatic 12-year-old girl who has found herself living alone after the sudden death of her loving mother. Evading social services using her ingenuity and paying rent through stealing bikes with her best friend Ali, her seemingly content world is upturned after her father, the youthful and spiky Jason, appears on her doorstep with unclear motives. Initially attempting to get rid of him by any means necessary, father and daughter soon find themselves bound together by grief, resentment, and the need for something more out of life. This warm-hearted and funny British film takes a small story and turns it into something endearing and universal.

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rude gesture, brief moderate violence

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