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Thursday 24 July 2014

December Boys (12A)

Teresa Palmer and Daniel Ratcliffe, December Boys

Radcliffe plays Larry Kotter, pupil at Frogharts school for young whiz-kids: sorry, only joking: this is a coming of age movie for Radcliffe, who outside the Potter franchise has only taken bit parts in the likes of The Tailor of Panama, but had a good stage success as the stable boy in Peter Shaffer's Equus earlier this year.

(12A, 105 mins) Daniel Radcliffe, Teresa Palmer, Christian Byers





Radcliffe plays Larry Kotter, pupil at Frogharts school for young whiz-kids: sorry, only joking: this is a coming of age movie for Radcliffe, who outside the Potter franchise has only taken bit parts in the likes of The Tailor of Panama, but had a good stage success as the stable boy in Peter Shaffer's Equus earlier this year.

This is a much-lower-budget independent Australian movie about four orphans all born in December who dream of adoption, though prospective parents want only one of them.



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