The Bench

The Bench

The Bench is a movie starring Robert Bradley, Charlotte Campbell, and Paul Dewdney. Six Londoners cross paths at a park bench in Haggerston. Love, laughs, tears and music.

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Running Time
57 minutes
Genres
Comedy, Romance, Drama
Actors
Charlotte Campbell, Paul Dewdney, Gaz Hayden, Robert Bradley
Director
Mary Mullan
Writer
Tony Sands
Country
UK
Year
2017
Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about comedy «The Bench» (54)

Emily avatar
Emily

Six Londoners cross paths at a park bench in Haggerston. Love, laughs, tears and music.

Ann Foster avatar
Ann Foster

Excellent! Mary Mullan does it again!!!!! BRAVO! Go see this film, whatever you do, this is the one to see this year!

Kelly Payne avatar
Kelly Payne

I’m a big Paul Dewdney fan. And this movie shocked me. He was absolutely brilliant ! From beginning to end I was captivated!

Adam avatar
Adam

I don't have enough words to say about this movie. It is perfect i love movies and this movie has everything to be a great. The story is very nice, the acting is cool and everything else is awesome. I waited so long for a movie like this.

Benjamin Murphy avatar
Benjamin Murphy

Not much of a fan of Gaz Hayden but this movie was good.

Jeffrey avatar
Jeffrey

One of the best original movie i have ever seen.

Patrick W. avatar
Patrick W.

Didn't really care about the weak plot and tropes. Good visuals and you'll probably enjoy it if you like Drama.

Terry A. avatar
Terry A.

I really liked it and Charlotte Campbell is soooo good!

Brian H. avatar
Brian H.

Brilliant! Brilliant! Brilliant! Thanks everyone who made this movie possible because it was a feast for me! I can't believe how amazing job they did with the cast. Paul Dewdney! Robert Bradley! WOW!

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Martha Porter

Great Movie, If you haven't seen this movie, I highly recommend it.

Ronald Fisher avatar
Ronald Fisher

Great Directing from Mary Mullan. The cinematography was stunning throughout the whole film.