Baldy McBain

Baldy McBain


Reviewed by: Amber Wilkinson

Gail Porter may be many things but even in this briefest of brief outings it is clear that an acting career does not beckon. Fear not, however, as she meets a somewhat sticky demise within minutes leaving the more talented younger members of the cast to carry the rest of the film.

Colin McBain (Thomas Sparks) has difficulty coming to terms with the loss of mum (Porter) which results in the loss of his hair and voice.

Copy picture

This is a tale of triumph over adversity, however, and is enjoyable, if slight. Some of the acting is a little wooden but the sentiment is good.

Reviewed on: 01 Nov 2004
Share this with others on...
A boy comes to terms with the loss of his mum

Director: Colm McCarthy

Writer: Marc Pye

Starring: Thomas, Sparks, Gail Porter, Murray Swan, Kathleen McDermott, Jan Wilson, Adam Stewart, Robbie Ingram, Michael McKenzie

Year: 2004

Runtime: 9 minutes

Country: UK


Search database: