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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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Richard Addison ...
Malcolm
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Hospital Nurse 2
Michael Annis ...
Bert
Liam Bradley ...
Teenager 2
EmmaClaire Brightlyn ...
Hospital Nurse 1
Tyler Collins ...
James
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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Comedy | Romance

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A Gem of a Film
13 March 2016 | by (Dumbarton, Scotland) – See all my reviews

A fabulous film from an up and coming young team. From director, John McPhail, producers Lauren Lamarr and Andrew Lanni, up and coming actors Tyler Collins and Lucy Jane Quinlan along with some older well kent faces and not so well kent, we have a thoroughly enjoyable and charming film. Following the story of a young man mourning the loss of his grandfather as he works threw his loss helping in the care home that had looked after him. Here we meet an assortment of very individual characters determined to buck the system and book it they do. Not quite One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest but much more gentle and loving. It is beautifully filmed both indoors and in some of Scotland's memorable scenery. I won't say much more about the plot except to add, watch it and be entranced and entertained by the film and its characters. You will not be disappointed. To add, it is all backed up by a lovely score, most of it penned by the lead character, Tyler Collins. You will not be disappointed unless you have a heart of stone.


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