Drop Dead Fred

Drop Dead Fred
Drop Dead Fred

Year

1991

Duration

95 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Imaginary friends are a normal part of childhood - but when you're 26? In this fast and funny comedy, Elizabeth Cronin flees her unhappy marriage and returns to her family home, where there's someone else waiting besides mum and dad: Fred, the invisible, anarchic troublemaker friend from when she was little. Fred wastes no time in getting up to his old tricks, and Elizabeth's getting all the blame... but who really needs to grow up here?

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This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language and contains moderate sex references

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