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A one-night stand that becomes something more - an unconventional love story between two young men trying to make sense of their lives.
On a Friday night after hanging out with his straight mates, Russell heads out to a nightclub, alone and on the pull. Just before closing time he picks up Glen. And so begins a weekend - in bars and in bedrooms, getting drunk and taking drugs, telling stories and having sex that will resonate throughout their lives.
Attitude Awards Best Film 2012
BIFAS (British Independent Film Awards) Best Achievement In Production & Best Newcomer Tom Cullen 2011
Evening Standard Film Awards Best Screenplay Award 2012
London Critics Circle Film Awards Best British Breakthrough Filmmaker Andrew Haigh 2012
Cast and Crew Interview
Quinnford + Scout picture gallery with commentary
Weekend UK Premier at LFF
Interview with Director and Casts
Interview with Director and Producer
English subtitles for the Hard of Hearing
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This film won't be for everyone but I wish that more people would choose to watch it to appreciate the message about how normal the love between two people (of any gender) can be. But if you do get to watch this film pick a time when you're not feeling lonely as it will make you think about how difficult and unfair life can be.
The trouble is that it is way too slow and very long, for so much dialogue. It could have easily been a short story with the same impact. Also, I am sick of films promoting drug use as if its 'the thing gays do'. As usual they are snorting coke like it's going out of fashion, which this film could have done without as it added nothing to the story. But despite these shortcomings it is quite touching and you long for the 'happy ever after' ending.