The Inbetweeners DVD

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Synopsis The Inbetweeners offers a comedic take on growing up in middle class suburbia. A place where there are no teen pregnancies, no drugs, no knife fights and no guns. It's about a bunch of lads who get into real scrapes rather than real trouble. Will's (Simon Bird) parents have just divorced and he has unwillingly had to move area and change schools. He was previously at a private school, so has inherited some snobbish tendencies. He's now at a comprehensive school where he has had to make a new set of friends. His newly found peers, Simon (Joe Thomas), Lee (James... Buckley) and Neil (Blake Harrison) are neither that cool and or that credible. Extras - Audio commentaries by the writers/cast/ producer - Video diaries from all four cast members - The making of documentary - Meet the cast (what the boys are really like) - Deleted scenes [show more]

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Released
02 June 2008
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
CHNL4 
Classification
Runtime
138 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
6867441021292 
  • Average Rating for The Inbetweeners - 2 out of 5


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  • The Inbetweeners
    kerri wood

    I really didn't think I would enjoy The Inbetweeners, being a girl, but I'm addicted to it; you really must watch it and series 2. I guarantee you will like it, also great price x

  • The Inbetweeners
    Sean Langdale

    Due to circumstances beyond his control, Will finds himself having to adapt quickly to a new life. He moves from a private school to a modern Comprehensive and has to handle the cruelty that plagues every teenage boy. He gradually makes several new friends and together they attempt to deal with everyday life in the sixth form.
    Unfortunately for Will his new found mates are more idiotic than he is. Simon is madly in love with the girl he grew up with. Jay is utterly obsessed with the opposite sex and Neil simply put, isn't the sharpest knife in the box.
    The Inbetweeners manages to fit in lashings of insults, smut and bad language, but manages to intelligently combine this with everyday teenage situations with a clever witty script. It sits comfortably between Two Pints of Lager and Peep Show.
    Cringe worthy moments throughout the show bring Alan Partridge to mind. These include inadvertently injuring the disabled, vomiting over a young child and basically not knowing anything when it comes down to sex. In fact there are far too many of these moments to mention but Will, played by the excellent Simon Bird is at the centre of most of the situations and deals with them tremendously badly.
    Damon Beesley and Iain Morris have written a great piece of comedy that is still fun to watch over and over again. It will obviously appeal to teenagers and young adults. But even those of us who left school many years ago will see some moments that will make us squirm, as we remember what growing up was really like. The girls, the drinking, the embarrassment and the frustration. The Inbetweeners sums up all the disappointment of adolescent life on one disc. Hilarious!



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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. All six episodes from the first series of the comedy drama following the lives and trials of four new sixth-formers. With his parents recently divorced, private school boy Will McKenzie (Simon Bird) has to move into the sixth form at the local comprehensive. After an initial rough patch, not helped by dressing like the archetypal geek and carrying a briefecase, he makes friends with Simon (Joe Thomas), Neil (Blake Harrison) and Jay (James Buckley), who, although they're slightly more streetwise, are just as uncool. Desperately trying to raise their kudos, they soon embark on a series of embarrassing atttempts to try and woo the opposite sex, with varying degrees of success. Episodes are: 'The First Day', 'Bunk Off', 'Thorpe Park', 'Girlfriend', 'Caravan Club' and 'Xmas Party'.

All six episodes from the first series of the comedy drama following the lives and trials of four new sixth-formers. With his parents recently divorced, private school boy Will McKenzie (Simon Bird) has to move into the sixth form at the local comprehensive. After an initial rough patch, not helped by dressing like the archetypal geek and carrying a briefecase, he makes friends with Simon (Joe Thomas), Neil (Blake Harrison) and Jay (James Buckley), who, although they're slightly more streetwise, are just as uncool. Desperately trying to raise their kudos, they soon embark on a series of embarrassing atttempts to try and woo the opposite sex, with varying degrees of success. Episodes are: 'The First Day', 'Bunk Off', 'Thorpe Park', 'Girlfriend', 'Caravan Club' and 'Xmas Party'.

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