Full Of It

25/12/2006
  |  Buy to Own: 25/12/2006
  |  93 min
Rated 12 by the BBFC

Synopsis

Comedy about the new boy in town whose self-aggrandizing lies come home to roost. Sam Leonard (Ryan Pinkston) is the new kid at Bridgeport High and - sporting a Neil Diamond c.1971 haircut and having just been dropped off from an Isuzu sedan - his work is cut out for him in the making pals dept. Sam's counsellor advises him that twisting the truth might be the way to make friends so he becomes a full-on pants-on-fire case. By lunchtime, as far as everyone is concerned, his Porsche is in the shop, his dad is a pretty big rockstar and a few hot babes including one blonde young teacher are even taking a shine to him. His worries about being found out are soon allayed by dint of the fact that his lies, after a magical mirror breaking incident, start to come true. His dad is a washed-up hippie muso who signs him a beer now and then, there's a red Porsche in the garage belonging to him and he's the top shooter on the school basketball team. Only one girl sees through it all - the one girl who liked him without the lies anyway...

Contains moderate sex references
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