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A fresh, distinctive and award-winning British film about twentysomething Londoners growing up and apart. Writer/director Jamie Thraves makes his feature-film debut with The Low Down, a wryly perceptive drama about growing up - when you're not even sure that's what you want to do.

Aidan Gillen stars as Frank, a restless young man in his late twenties whose life revolves around his friends and his work. He's aware of a need to move his life into another gear, but while he knows something has to change, he's not sure what or how. Some of his friends are already settling down - he knows he's expected to follow suit sooner or later. Frank's indecision comes to a head when he becomes involved with Ruby (Kate Ashfield), whose optimistic and fresh approach to life and its problems begins to have a dramatic effect on him., A fresh, distinctive and award-winning British film about twentysomething Londoners growing up and apart. Writer/director Jamie Thraves makes his feature-film debut with The Low Down, a wryly perceptive drama about growing up - when you're not even sure that's what you want to do.

Aidan Gillen stars as Frank, a restless young man in his late twenties whose life revolves around his friends and his work. He's aware of a need to move his life into another gear, but while he knows something has to change, he's not sure what or how. Some of his friends are already settling down - he knows he's expected to follow suit sooner or later. Frank's indecision comes to a head when he becomes involved with Ruby (Kate Ashfield), whose optimistic and fresh approach to life and its problems begins to have a dramatic effect on him.

Special Features:

  • Cast Interviews.
  • Featurette.
  • On Location.
  • Theatrical Trailer.
Certificate:
18
Actor:
Kate Ashfield, Aidan Gillen, Lennox, Dean, Samantha Power, Proctor, Rupert, Smiles, Dena, Kelly Tobias Menzies
Director:
Jamie Thraves, Igor Jadue-Lillo
Region:
2
Aspect Ratio:
Aspect Ratio 16:9,Anamorphic Widescreen
Number of Discs:
1
Main Language:
English
Subtitle Languages:
English for the hard of hearing
studio:
Film 4

The Low Down

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A fresh, distinctive and award-winning British film about twentysomething Londoners growing up and apart. Writer/director Jamie Thraves makes his feature-film debut with The Low Down, a wryly perceptive drama about growing up - when you're not even sure that's what you want to do.

Aidan Gillen stars as Frank, a restless young man in his late twenties whose life revolves around his friends and his work. He's aware of a need to move his life into another gear, but while he knows something has to change, he's not sure what or how. Some of his friends are already settling down - he knows he's expected to follow suit sooner or later. Frank's indecision comes to a head when he becomes involved with Ruby (Kate Ashfield), whose optimistic and fresh approach to life and its problems begins to have a dramatic effect on him., A fresh, distinctive and award-winning British film about twentysomething Londoners growing up and apart. Writer/director Jamie Thraves makes his feature-film debut with The Low Down, a wryly perceptive drama about growing up - when you're not even sure that's what you want to do.

Aidan Gillen stars as Frank, a restless young man in his late twenties whose life revolves around his friends and his work. He's aware of a need to move his life into another gear, but while he knows something has to change, he's not sure what or how. Some of his friends are already settling down - he knows he's expected to follow suit sooner or later. Frank's indecision comes to a head when he becomes involved with Ruby (Kate Ashfield), whose optimistic and fresh approach to life and its problems begins to have a dramatic effect on him.

Special Features:

  • Cast Interviews.
  • Featurette.
  • On Location.
  • Theatrical Trailer.
Certificate:
18
Actor:
Kate Ashfield, Aidan Gillen, Lennox, Dean, Samantha Power, Proctor, Rupert, Smiles, Dena, Kelly Tobias Menzies
Director:
Jamie Thraves, Igor Jadue-Lillo
Region:
2
Aspect Ratio:
Aspect Ratio 16:9,Anamorphic Widescreen
Number of Discs:
1
Main Language:
English
Subtitle Languages:
English for the hard of hearing
studio:
Film 4
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