Brian and CharlesPG

Directed by Jim Archer | UK | 2022 | 1h 30m | Starring David Earl, Louise Brealey, Nina Sosanya, Jamie Michie

A lonely inventor in rural Wales spends his days building unconventional contraptions that rarely work. Undeterred by his lack of success, he attempts his biggest project yet – a seven-foot tall, walking, talking robot made up of junk. Comedian David Earl co-writes and stars in this quirky yet heart-warming British comedy.

Reviews

‘Happiness, loneliness and silliness come together in this startling emotional adventure…It’s the bromance of the year.’
★★★★
Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

‘The result has homemade charm to spare, proving delightfully ridiculous but also poignant.’
★★★★
Mark Kermode, The Observer

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