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THE SCOUTING BOOK FOR BOYS

by Tom Harper

synopsis

David and Emily are inseparable best friends who have lived all their life on a caravan park. When David learns that Emily is being forced to move away, he agrees to help her hide out in a remote cave on the coast. But their innocent secret soon becomes complicated, as David watches the police start to close in on his missing friend. When the real reason Emily wants to escape comes to light, David's world is shattered. Swept up in a situation out of his control, and with his feelings for his best friend growing stranger by the day, David is forced to take action.

international title: The Scouting Book for Boys
original title: The Scouting Book for Boys
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: Pathé Pictures International
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: Tom Harper
film run: 90'
screenplay: Jack Thorne
cast: Thomas Turgoose, Holliday Grainger, Susan Lynch, Rafe Spall, Steven Mackintosh
cinematography by: Robbie Ryan
film editing: Mark Eckersley
art director: Paul Cripps
costumes designer: Julian Day
music: Jack C. Arnold
producer: Ivana Mackinnon, Christian Colson, Andrea Cornwell
production: Celador Productions
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