From award-winning director Ken Loach and writer Paul Laverty comes a bitter sweet comedy caper which proves that sometimes all you need in life is a little spirit. Escaping a prison sentence by the skin of his teeth, the wayward and disillusioned Robbie is given one last chance to turn his life around. Together the four friends he embarks on an adventure and discovers that turning to drink might just change their lives - not cheap fortified wine, but the best malt whiskies in the world.
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Both my wife and I fell in love with this film within the first 2 minutes and remained smitten with it all the way to the end... I'd say you don't have to be Scottish to really enjoy this film but there are a few in jokes that would make this film even funnier for Scottish viewers. Bottom line is this is one of the best films I have seen in years and would highly recommend to anyone (just a heads up: the Blu-Ray version is the full uncut film with a lot of swearing from start to finish however if that puts you off at all the DVD version is the theatrical cut with the swearing watered down to allow it to obtain a lower age rating for cinema release so it may be a better option for you).