Sam and Baggy (writer-producer-director Rajan) are two housemates still living the life of students until a couple of guardian angels appear to set them straight.
Sam (Lincoln) and Baggy (writer-producer-director Rajan) are two housemates still living the life of students, their days spent watching porn and smoking dope while surrounded by road signs theyÆve pinched.
However, this is set to change when two guardian angels are dispatched to put their lives in order - although, former dolphin and squirrel respectively, the angels' suitability is questionable. This is British filmmaking on a shoestring budget: a sentimental script, mistimed comic moments, and even the focus is noticeably out on a few scenes.
As to what the film is trying to say, it's all a bit of a mystery. Sacrifice to find true love? Follow your heart? Who cares?
The most worthwhile message unintentionally seems to be that, if you're an ex-student continuing to live like one, stop it, as it is very, very sad.