The title is local Midlands English slang for 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This poignant, hard-hitting drama focuses on an idealistic 1980s burnout (Bob Hoskins-superb) who tries to encourage the aimless, unemployed youth who live in the local housing estates by setting up a boxing club. Plenty of grit and excellent performances from Danny Nussbaum, James Hooton and Darren Cambell.

Year: 1997
Genre: Drama, Film Festivals 1999, Sport Films
Country: UK
Director: Shane Meadows
Starring: Bob Hoskins, Danny Nussbaum, James Hooton
Duration: 96 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains violence and offensive language.
Location in store: Drama
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