A Room for Romeo Brass

A Room for Romeo Brass
A Room for Romeo Brass

Year

1999

Duration

90 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

Set in Nottingham, A Room for Romeo Brass tells the tale of schoolchildren Romeo and "Knocks" - neighbours and best friends. That friendship is damaged, however, when an older man named Morrell arrives on the scene. At first, the Morrell seems harmless enough, if something of a sad loner - but soon he comes between Romeo and Knocks, before revealing himself to be far more dangerous than first thought. Nothing in this marvellous film comes sugar-coated - but is all the more impressive for it.

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contains violence and strong language

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