The BFI Collection
Kotting's first feature is a delightfully offbeat roadmovie in which he, his grandmother Gladys, and his daughter Eden (who has learning difficulties and has to communicate by sign language) travel around the coast of Britain. It's a determinedly eccentric affair, not only because Kotting himself is something of an oddball, but because the people he encounters are for the most part a pretty odd lot...
"A marvellously fresh, warm, enlightening and often very funny look at Britain and what it means to be British. Hugely entertaining." Time Out.
UK | English | 1996 | 103 min | Colour