Comedy about a burly ex-boxer and a drugged-out urban hipster embarking on a road trip to a music festival where they must perform a gig together
- Patrick Koupland, John Glynn, Carly Connor, Cem Pakiry-Turgut, Piers Robinson, Dominic McHale, Jon McKenna, Ruel Rowe and others
- Adriel Leff
- Adriel Leff
- Adriel Leff, Jay Grant, Olivier Lockhart-Matthews, Patrick Koupland and Cem Pakiry-Turgut
"Produced for the price of a couple of tanks of petrol", Breaking Britain is the third and final installment in writer/director Adriel Leff's multi-award winning 'Mockumen-Trilogy'.
It is a funny odd-couple buddy film following in the vein of classic road movies such as Planes, Trains And Automobiles, Withnail And I, and Dumb And Dumber.
For two years burly, booze-loving ex-boxer Patrick StGeorge Junior has been lying low in the leafy Essex village of Theydon Bois, ever since he purposefully threw his last fight and escaped with a pile of cash belonging to menacing boxing promoter Teddy Toddsworth. But after receiving the shocking news that his father Patrick StGeorge Senior has been murdered at the hands of Toddsworth himself, Patrick is compelled to come out of hiding, returning to his hometown to exact revenge.
However, in order to travel back to London, Patrick must enlist help from the most unlikely of sources - erratic, drug-addled, urban hipster Scott Free, seeking vengeance of his own on bandmate Johnny Windows after being unceremoniously ejected from his wedding.
Needless to say, their journey is far from smooth, but once Teddy is confronted, a shocking turn of events means that Patrick and Scott find themselves, along with glamorous hitchhiker Carly Farley, on the run, travelling across the country to seek refuge at music festival Bruvfest where a climactic showdown awaits them.