A STREET CAT NAMED BOB

Rating: PG
Length: 103 minutes
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director: Roger Spottiswoode
Writer: Tim John, Maria Nation, based on book of the same name by James Brown
Rating: PG 103' mild themes of drug addiction and coarse language
Cast: Luke Treadaway, Ruta Gedmintas, Joanne Froggatt, Anthony Head, Caroline Goodall, Bob the Cat
James Bowen, a homeless busker and recovering drug addict has hit rock bottom, until his given one last chance by his support worker, Val. Who helps him to find his own place to live in. He lives day to day busking in Convent Garden in the bustling city of London, until one day alone in his new home he hears a break in and finds a new friend in his kitchen, a ginger cat. He struggles to find its owner over the next few days, with no luck the two soon become entwined in each other’s lives.

Reviews:
"A rewardingly unassuming, tough and tender portrait of a drug-addicted London busker whose ill-fated life takes a surprising turn after a ginger tabby turns up in his kitchen." – Michael Rechtshaffen, Los Angeles Times
"Treadaway may be sympathetic and charming as the struggling musician, but this is Bob's show, all the way." –Devan Coggan, Entertainment Weekly
"A savvy exercise in inspirational feel-good cinema lightly seasoned with grit." – Andy Webster, New York Times
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