We Are The Freaks
Justin Edgar directs this coming-of-age drama set in the 1990s following three friends at a pivotal moment in their lives.
The central character of the film is Jack (Jamie Blackley), a young man whose poor background hasn't quelled his hopes for a brighter future and who anxiously awaits news on whether he has been accepted for a university grant or not.
He is joined for a Friday night out by Parsons (Mike Bailey), whose future appears to be in the hands of his parents and wilful girlfriend Claire (Rosamund Hanson) rather than his own, and Chunks (Sean Teale), whose wealthy upbringing can't disguise the issues he struggles with.
Together, the three friends comprise 'The Freaks' - a label they've given themselves in recognition of their perception as misfits - and prepare themselves for a night that, one way or another, will change their lives forever...
First released: Monday 5th May 2014
- Distributor: 101 Films
- Region: 2
- Discs: 1
- Minutes: 72
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