Scott and Sid review - a dull film about a wonderful story
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Scott and Sid (2018) follows the story of Sid (Tom Blyth), an awkward teenager with a dysfunctional family, who needs to take care of his alcoholic mother while keeping up with his studies, which leaves him almost no time for friends or social life. One day he meets Scott (Richard Mason), the new student: a troubled foster child who has already been expelled from four schools. Both lonely and alienated, they become instant friends. But, while Sid wants to fit in and do well in school to be able to go to a good university, Scott is a dreamchaser. He wants to reach for the stars, and to him, school is just delaying the real thing. Eventually, both get involved in several businesses that lead them to success, but that also test their friendship and commitment.
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Scott and Sid is out in UK cinemas 9th March, and released on DVD and Digital Download 12th March.
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