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Either that, or the movie industry is in worse shape even than I thought.
In no time the shy David introduces himself and shortly becomes invited to join in learning how to play cricket with the warmly loving Dennis and family.
The neighbors seem to "tolerate" the fact that they are jews, and can only be described as nosey, busy bodies.
A lovely, sappy, underappreciated movie from 2003 and starring Delroy Lindo.
Early 1960s London: WWII Jewish survivors and new Jamaican immigrants. Read more
We watched part of it in Athens,Greece. Had to get a copy to see the whole movie.Loved the movie along with memories.Published 2 months ago by Margaret Matherne
This a great film! Heart-warming and charming. There is an adult situation but it is handled well and easily skipped.Published 19 months ago by Elsa
What really makes this film a good one on the subject of racial intolerance, is the setting. It takes place in London in the early 1960s about the time that the American Rights... Read morePublished 23 months ago by De witte leeuw.
I love this movie set in London in the early sixties. The story reflects on racism with the changing face of Britain as immigrants arrive from post-war Europe and the Caribbean. Read morePublished on January 7, 2010 by Alaura O'Dell
A feel-good picture, starring the excellent Delroy Lindo from "The Ciderhouse Rules." As head of a Jamaican immigrant family moving into a London neighborhood whose occupants are... Read morePublished on May 3, 2009 by dvdchap
David Wiseman, the 13-year-old hero of this sweet coming-of-age story, is obsessed with cricket -- but has no idea how to actually bat, bowl or field. Read morePublished on September 28, 2008 by Alan A. Elsner
This film wants to be a warm and fuzzy family movie about friendship, loyalty, and learning to accept people of other races. It has a few problems going in. Read morePublished on October 7, 2007 by Paula L. Craig