Borrowed Time Review

Borrowed Time
When Kevin (Barklem-Biggs), a no-hoper manipulated into a burglary by local hardcase Nigel (Brown), is caught in the act by ageing taxidermist (Davis), the pair fall into an unlikely friendship.

by Andrew Osmond |
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Release Date:

13 Sep 2013

Running Time:

87 minutes



Original Title:

Borrowed Time

This micro-budget Brit film sees a gormless youth (Theo Barklem-Biggs) caught burgling by a scowly old taxidermist (Phil Davis), and an unlikely relationship ensues. Davis is sprightly as the Dirty Harry-quoting curmudgeon, but the script is much too silly.

A little over-whimsical in parts, there's still plenty of heart to this low-budget Brit comedy.
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