The Pebble And The Boy – story about British Mod culture, with a twist
The Pebble And The Boy is a story inspired by Mod-culture, about a boy, his Dad’s ashes and a Lambretta scooter. John embarks on a journey from Manchester to Brighton, the spiritual home of the Mods, to scatter his late father’s ashes.
The film was written and directed by Chris Green (Me, Myself and Di) and stars Patrick McNamee (Our Girl), Sacha Parkinson (Coronation Street), Max Boast (Sex Education), Patsy Kensit (Emmerdale), Ricci Harnett (Rise of the Footsoldier) and Jesse Birdsall (Hollyoaks). Featuring tracks from Paul Weller, The Jam, The Style Council, Secret Affair and The Chords. The title of the film is taken from the final track on Weller’s eighth studio album, As Is Now.
The Pebble And The Boy will be in cinemas nationwide from August 27. Distributed by Munro Film Services and Lightbulb Film Distribution, in collaboration with North of Watford Films.
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