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16 Years Of Alcohol (2003)

ID: 139
Rating:
Starring: Ewen BremnerJim CarterLaura FraserSusan LynchKevin McKidd
Director: Richard Jobson
Category: DramaForeign
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Video: Widescreen2.35:1Color(Anamorphic)
Audio: ENGLISH:DolbyDigital5.1[CC]
ENGLISH:DolbyDigitalStereo[CC]
ENGLISH:DTS5.1[CC]
Subtitles: Spanish
Length: 96 mins
Release Date: 2005-05-24
Rental: $ 4.00
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"Trainspotting meets A Clockwork Orange" - Daily Star

Frankie (Kevin McKidd; Trainspotting, Dog Soldiers, De-Lovely) is an intelligent but angry man who reacts to the pain that life has dealt him with vicious fits of brutality. After being raised by a philandering, alcoholic father and spending his formative years leading a gang on the mean streets of Edinburgh, he discovers solace in an unfamiliar form - love. The affection of Mary (Susan Lynch; From Hell, Waking Ned Devine) forces Frankie to open up for the first time in his life. At a crossroads, Frankie looks inside himself in one last effort to deal with his demons.



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