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Free Spirits

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Synopsis

Set in a bar in South London, Free Spirits is an hilarious, sexy, feel-good and deliciously foul-mouthed comedy following the fortunes of four individuals throughout the course of the hottest day of the summer.





Bandana Bob, the Bar owner, is fighting off a takeover bid from a particularly ruthless developer. Matty, Bob's trusty sidekick is having trouble with his furiously maternal girlfriend. Jimmy, a boxer on the comeback trail, is having a hard time supporting his family, not to mention his double crossing manager. Kelly, an aspiring actress, really likes Bob, but being shy, is unsure how to proceed with her amorous desires.





And then there's the customers - office girls, clergymen, drug dealers, bald men, salesmen. You won't believe their antics, or reasons for being in the bar.





Never will you see a British comedy in quite the same way after seeing Free Spirits. A comedy about being who you want to be, and doing what you want to do . . .

Details

Year
2000
Type of film
Features
Running Time
88 mins
Format
35mm Fuji
Director
Oliver Knott
Producer
Geoff Poole, Mike Hudson
Editor
R. V Dingo
Screenwriter
Oliver Knott
Director of Photography
David Byrne
Sound
Joe Walters
Music
Big Jim Sullivan
Principal Cast
Leon Herbert, Sally Ann Marsh, Richard Clements, Jimmy Flint

Genre

Production Company

V-Max / Big 'H'
9 Plains Close
Cippenham
Berks
SL1 5TY
Tel: 01753 719533
Oli@v-max.fsnet.co.uk
http://www.v-max.fsnet.co.uk