The Pebble and the Boy

Cinema | (15) | 101 minutes |
26th September 2021

Inspired by the album track of the same name, The Pebble and the Boy is a modern day road trip of discovery for nineteen year old John Parker who sets off on an eventful journey from Manchester on his late father’s Lambretta to scatter the dead man’s ashes into the sea in Brighton, spiritual home of the Mods.

The Pebble And The Boy is a movie about mod culture from the children of those who lived through it. An attempt to recapture what was, before they were born, in memory of those who came before. Rich Johnston, Bleedingcool.com

Featuring music by The Jam, Paul Weller, The Style Council.

DATES & TIMES

26th September 2021

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