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A failing shoe factory that's struggling to maintain its footing following the death of its founder finds the inspiration needed to stay in business from the most unlikely of sources in veteran British director Julian Jarrold's warmhearted tale of fancy footwear and changing times. Charlie Price (Joel Edgerton) just can't seem to keep the factory afloat on his own, and with the livelihood of his entire small town hanging in the balance, he needs to come up with something truly groundbreaking. Lola (Chiwetel Ejiofor) is a ...

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Mazell K

Sep 9, 2010

great product

love this movie - was in perfect condition for my canadian machine - thank you!

localcritic

Jan 1, 2009

For straight, gay, or yet to decide

I have to say this film is for every adult, even if they feel uncomfortable about men in drag. This is not strictly a 'LGBT' film, though it is as much centered on a transvestite as it is on the straight boy. This is the first film I've ever seen that has given such a simple and true definition of the challenge between the sexes, e.g. what women look for in straight men but do not find. It is funny, poignant, and has great music, worth getting the CD of the movie's music as well. AND based on a true story. AND has a happy ending. What more could you ask for?

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