Be Kind Rewind

Be Kind Rewind
Be Kind Rewind




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Many of us might want to star in our favourite films - and for the characters of Be Kind Rewind, that's exactly what they get to do. When his boss goes away for the weekend, Mike is left in charge of the old-style video rental shop where he works with the strict instruction to not let his chaotic friend Jerry in. However, despite Mike's best efforts, Jerry still manages to cause havoc and via a freak accident wipes the content from all the videos in the store. Desperate to keep the business from collapsing, Mike and Jerry come up with an idea to save the day - making their own versions of the films in the shop and renting them to customers in the hope that they won't notice the difference! This is a warm and funny film, with some great homemade tributes to cult and classic cinema.


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This film has one use of moderate bad language

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