March 18, 2005 (limited)
Studio: Tartan Films
Director: Richard Jobson
Screenwriter: Richard Jobson
Starring: Kevin McKidd, Stuart Sinclair Blyth, Ewen Bremner, John Comerford, Lisa May Cooper, Colvin Cruickshank, Anne Downie, Laura Fraser
MPAA Rating: R for pervasive language, some violent content and sexual material.
Official Website: TartanFilmsUSA.com
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Plot Summary: Kevin McKidd plays Frankie, in a semi – autobiographical tale expressed mainly in flashbacks. As a child, his father is both his hero and a destructive personality who influences impressionable young Frankie's perception of the world. In his teenage years he becomes embroiled in a violent gang – culture, which he tries desperately to escape for the sake of a new love, which gives him just a glimpse of a better life. Finally, as a grown man, Frankie is faced with the choice of falling backwards into alcohol - soaked violence, or facing up to his dubious past. To do this, he has to explore what led him there and break the cycle in which he finds himself trapped, if he is to achieve his dream of finding (and keeping) true love.