Bill Nighy plays Alan, a retired tailor in this very engaging film. Cleverly scripted by Frank Cottrell-Boyce, Scrabble-obsessed Alan is troubled by the notion that his long lost son left after an argument about whether ‘zo’ was an allowable word under the rules of the game. How does Alan negotiate relationships with his other children, his wife and Scrabble? Witty, entertaining and well acted.
This film is programmed by Buxton Film and features no trailers.
Director: Carl Hunter