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Where Do We Go From Here? (2015)

When Jen starts her new job as a nurse at the 'Easy Love Care Home', she is surprised to find James, a 25 year old man living and working in the building. James and his three, elderly best ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Richard Addison ...
Malcolm
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Hospital Nurse 2
Michael Annis ...
Bert
Liam Bradley ...
Teenager 2
EmmaClaire Brightlyn ...
Hospital Nurse 1
Tyler Collins ...
Russel Davis ...
Mr. Savage
Etta Dunn ...
Care Home Resident
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Nurse
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Woman at Bar
Maryam Hamidi ...
Miss Thompson
New Born James ...
Sophia Todd
Jamie Marie Leary ...
Bus Stop Girl
Hana Mackenzie ...
Susan
Alex Martin ...
Policeman 2
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When Jen starts her new job as a nurse at the 'Easy Love Care Home', she is surprised to find James, a 25 year old man living and working in the building. James and his three, elderly best friends hatch a plan to go on one last adventure and the only medical cover they can get is the one person who doesn't want to be around old people. Will their plan go off without a hitch or is there a sell by date on adventure?

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Adventure Doesn't Have To Have A Sell By Date.

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Refreshing, emotional and funny!
25 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

Thoroughly enjoyed the film; it was an emotional roller-coaster! From the montage at the beginning (I was in tears within 5 minutes) to the relationships and laughs developing throughout, it was extremely enjoyable and uplifting. Loved it.

The story is very original and the setting of the care home was different to anything I had seen before, yet it worked so well! It allowed us to empathize with characters on a different level as their stories unfolded within the home. As the film continued and the characters began their adventure, the laughs were frequent! Although fun, it still deemed very emotional, which I must imagine can be very difficult to create as a writer/director.

Loved it and would highly recommend it. Great soundtrack also!


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