Baxter DVD

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A strong cast features in actor-director Lionel Jeffries' emotional drama about a young boy facing the combined challenge of his parents' disintegrating marriage relocation to London and an ongoing attempt to overcome his speech problem. Sympathetic moving but never sentimental Baxter! features a remarkable performance from young actor Scott Jacoby supported by Patricia Neal Jean-Pierre Cassel and Britt Ekland. Baxter! is presented in a brand-new digital transfer in its original theatrical aspect ratio from original film elements. The product of a broken home... and an enforced move to another country Roger Baxter is an American schoolboy adrift in London. Now living with his selfish uncaring mother in an unfamiliar city it is only the kindness of his neighbours that begins to show Roger the love that has been absent from his life. With his personal situation driving him headlong towards a nervous breakdown however is it too little too late? SPECIAL FEATURES [] Original Theatrical Trailer [] Image Gallery [] Promotional Material PDF [show more]

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Released
01 September 2014
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Network 
Classification
Runtime
100 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5027626417840 
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Classic British drama directed by Lionel Jeffries. The film follows Baxter (Scott Jacoby), a young American schoolboy, who has recently moved to London with his uncaring socialite mother (Lynn Carlin). Essentially alone in a foreign land, Baxter struggles with a speech impediment which further separates him from his peers. Only through his relationship with his therapist (Patricia Neal) and a young couple (Jean-Pierre Cassel and Britt Ekland) living in the same building as him does Baxter begin to realise the love that's been missing from his life so far...