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Hettie MacDonald’s 1996 comedy tells the story of two classmates and neighbours (Glen Berry, Scott Neal) who fall in love in over one summer in South East London.
Comedy 1996 91 mins
Director: Hettie Macdonald
Hettie MacDonald’s 1996 romantic comedy tells the story of two classmates and neighbours who fall in love over one summer in South East London. Jamie (Glen Berry) is a shy and introverted student infatuated with Ste (Scott Neal). Ste sleeps over one night at Jamie’s after getting beaten up by his brother – the two share a bed, and a complicated, heartwarming relationship ensues in this funny and touching comedy.
The screenplay was written by Jonathan Harvey, which he adapted from his own play of the same name.
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