Tom (Fisher) leaves his wife and child and quietly takes a train to London, where he starts living on the street. His drop-out idyll is disrupted first by street thugs and then by the smiling, chatty Aidan (Gillen), who lives with his controlling "girlfriend" Linda (Steele). He makes money through odd jobs, including taking his neighbour's (Cohen) cat Treacle into cafes to scare off mice. Tom finds shaking off the clingy Aidan virtually impossible, and eventually starts to soften toward him. Although Linda is another story.
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The Low Down is Exhibit A when it comes to this offense. Lazy, meandering, mopey, and flat, this is a cheap-looking film obsessed with showing off a hip image it doesn't actually have.
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While the stars picked up awards for best choreography, best pop video and breakthrough video respectively, eight-times-nominated rapper Missy Elliott scooped the coveted Video of the Year award for her smash hit WORK IT. Elliott, who also picked up the best hip-hop video award, is a first-time winner at the VMAs, despite her numerous nominations.
The ceremony, which took place at New York's Radio City Music Hall, also saw British rockers Duran Duran clinch their first ever VMA honour when they were handed a surprise lifetime achievement award by Kelly Osbourne and AVRIL LAVIGNE.
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The album is the first in history to chart without selling a single copy.
Earlier this month a twitter campaign asking Disney to make Elsa their first LGBT princess in the ‘Frozen’ sequel went viral.