|Directed by||Paul Morrison|
|Written by||Paul Morrison|
|Produced by||Jonny Persey|
|Distributed by||Momentum Pictures|
Set in suburban south London in 1960, several themes run through the film, though the main storyline concerns the friendship between a young boy, David Wiseman (Sam Smith) who is the son of European Jewish immigrants, and his new next-door neighbours, father Dennis (Delroy Lindo) and young daughter Judy (Leonie Elliott), who are Jamaican immigrants. The cement which binds their friendship is a deep love of cricket - but the ride is not always smooth. David finds himself falling for the indifferent Judy, but tensions between other families in the street, and a romantic relationship between Ruth Wiseman (Emily Woof) and Dennis, threaten to break apart the neighbourhood.