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French Cricket 2014


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French Cricket 2014

United Kingdom Director. William Pope

(This film is currently unrated by the BBFC, but we believe it would likely achieve an 15 rating if certified) The solidarity of an unstable, fatherless family is called into question when they find themselves in the midst of a greater enemy.

Directed by

William Pope


Film Academy Shorts




United Kingdom



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