On A Clear Day

On A Clear Day
On A Clear Day

Year

2005

Duration

98 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

After over 30 years working in the Glasgow shipyards, Frank is laid off from his job and thrown into depression - but he has a crazy plan to regain his self esteem. This gritty comedy with a soft heart was obviously inspired by The Full Monty as, like in that film, our hero decides to get his kit off. However, this time it's in order to swim the English Channel. The bantering support cast are great and the film's salty Glaswegian humour raises the movie above the usual feel-good fare.

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This film contains moderate sex references.

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