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Wondrous Oblivion

Rating:PG (for thematic material, some violence, sensuality, language including racial remarks, and brief smoking by minors)
Genre:Comedy, Drama, Family
Release Date:July 21, 2006
Running time:106 minutes
Cast:Sam Smith, Leagh Conwell, Dominic Barklem, Jo Stone-Fewings, Emily Woof
Director:Paul Morrison
Producer:Jonny Persey
Writer:Paul Morrison
Distributor:Palm Pictures

Description: Eleven year old David Wiseman loves to play cricket but is no good at it. When a Jamaican family move in next door and builds a cricket net in the back garden, David is in seventh heaven. But this is 1960s England, and when the neighbors start to make life difficult for the new arrivals, David's Jewish family is caught in the middle, and he has to choose between fitting in and standing up for the new friends who have turned his world upside down.

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