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Thumbnail for Sweet Sixteen (2002) Sweet Sixteen (2002)

Basics Critics:78Viewers:65Rusty:77
Category: Crime, DramaSub-Category: drama, crime film, coming-of-age fictionMain subject: parental imprisonment, precariat, equal opportunityNarrative location: Glasgow, ScotlandRuntime: 106 minutesColor: colorLanguage: EnglishCountry: United Kingdom, Germany, SpainDirector: Ken LoachScreenwriter: Paul LavertyMusic: George FentonCinematography: Barry AckroydStars: Martin Compston, Gary McCormack, William Ruane, Tommy McKee, Gary Maitland, Michelle Abercromby, Michelle Coulter, Annmarie Fulton, Junior Walker, Calum McAlees, Robert RennieProducer: Rebecca O'BrienStudio: BBC Film, Sixteen Films, Road Movies Filmproduktion, Tornasol Films, Alta FilmsAwards won: European Film Academy Critics Award (Ken Loach)Award nominations: European Film Award for Best Actor (Martin Compston)
European Film Award for Best Director (Ken Loach)
European Film Award for Best Screenwriter (Paul Laverty)
Jameson People's Choice Award for Best Actor (Martin Compston)
Award details: (details at IMDb)

Determined to have a normal family life once his mother gets out of prison, a Scottish teenager from a tough background sets out to raise the money for a home.

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