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A Long Way Down


OUT ON DVD 28th JULY 2014

Adapted from the bestselling novel by British writer NICK HORNBY (High Fidelity, About a Boy) and with an all-star cast A LONG WAY DOWN is a heart-warming film that follows four disillusioned strangers who meet at a life-changing moment. Available to own on DVD from 28th July.

When disgraced TV presenter Martin, lonely single mother Maureen, loser J.J. and misunderstood teen Jess find themselves at a desperate crossroads on New Year’s Eve they form an unlikely friendship in order to help one another weather the difficulties of life. The unusual relationship changes their lives forever.

Starring PIERCE BROSNAN (Mamma Mia!, The Love Punch), TONI COLLETTE (The Way Way Back, Little Miss Sunshine), AARON PAUL (TV’S Breaking Bad, Need for Speed), IMOGEN POOTS (Filth, 28 Weeks Later), SAM NEILL (Escape Plan, The Vow) and ROSAMUND PIKE (Gone Girl, Jack Reacher), A LONG WAY DOWN is an uplifting, must see movie.

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