Trailer released for British comedy Best Geezer

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British comedy Best Geezer heads to cinemas soon, and the first trailer for the movie has just been released.

Best Geezer is a British comedy that aims to lightly poke fun at both gender stereotypes and the British film industry.

The official synopsis reads as follows:

Billy, Neil and Dave run a failing corporate video production business in a small town in Essex on the River Thames. One soul-destroying video job after another eventually causes Billy to crack and he vows to give up on the business altogether. But then he experiences a ‘eureka!’ moment and makes a potentially life-changing decision, a decision he’s convinced will pull them out of financial strife: to make a crime thriller – or geezer – movie!

With agonising incompetency and innocently lacking in political correctness, the boys embark on production of their very first movie. But in the face of adversity – and with all the benefits of naivety – Billy’s sights become firmly set to win the highest movie accolade of them all… to win ‘Best Geezer’ at THE GEEZERS!

The question is, will their film – produced with loose change, second-rate equipment and non-professional actors – be good enough? Will it stand up to the tradition of quality geezer movies made by the big boys in London? Will they get a stab at the top prize?

Throughout this eye-popping and agonising process, the boys are forced to reassess their lives, goals and relationships.

The cast includes Darren Tassell, Ryan Enever, Philip Andrew Rogers, Samantha Anderson, Michael Ross, Caroline Spence, Terry Bamberger and Lutricia Norris

James Smith directed the film from a screenplay by Caroline Spence.

Best Geezer will premiere in London on the 28th July, for which you can buy tickets here

You can find out more information about Best Geezer at British Comedy Guide.

Watch the trailer below:

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