This BAFTA award winning feature is a blackly comic look about the fragility of life and what family means. Starring Martin Compston (The Disappearance of Alice Creed) and James Cosmo (Game of Thrones). Alfred is 64. he has lost touch with his family and a threat to his health sees him wanting to make amends. But his past ways are going to prove an obstacle to his estranged family. Written by Lone Scherfig (An Education) and directed by Morag McKinnon.from£10.05 | RRP:
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play Alfred is 64 He&39;s lost touch with his family and a threat to his health makes him realise he wants to make amends The more he tries to do right the more he does wrong and as his past comes back to haunt him he is forced to face up to what his life means to him ‘Scotland’s underground hit film of the year’ - The Guardian ‘Wee but very well done this bleak and black Scottish comedy about an old guy making peace with his family gives James Cosmo a chance to show what an excellent actor he is’ - The Evening Standard ‘James Cosmo is outstanding as the dad trying to right the many wrongs in his past with Martin Compston and Kate Dickie are among those lending support The humour is as bleak as the grave but there&39;s a lot of warmth here too’ - The Herald
James Cosmo stars as a man reaching out to his estranged daughter, in this award-winning Scottish comedy drama. Convinced he's on his last legs because of his health problems, sixtysomething rogue Alfred (Cosmo) plans a holiday to Spain with his best (and only) pal Brian (Brian Pettifer). But before he goes, he's determined to set things right with his daughter Jackie (Kate Dickie), who still blames him for the death of her husband. With no progress in sight, however, Alfred soon finds events careering out his control when he enlists the help of Stevie (Martin Compston) to try and calm the waters.
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