“Dropped by his long term girlfriend, Danny Jones and a group of likely lads search for the meaning of life, love and Lad-ism and ‘The One’ girl who can make a difference against a backdrop of nineties Britpop and Cool Britannia.”

 

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Britain 1994. Danny Jones emerges from a stifling three-year relationship to find the eternal battle of the sexes raging on a new front and with completely new rules of engagement.

As Britain embraces the permissive new age, Danny and his three closest friends try to find the balance between fully embracing the new Lad culture of girls, goals and “go on my son” with the search for an authentic human connection.

From the hedonistic club scene of the mid-1990s to the red-lit streets of Amsterdam via the psychedelic fields of Glastonbury, the Euro 96 football championship and Oasis historic gig at Knebworth, the quest takes them on a careening journey of life, laughter and excess in Nineties Britpop Britain.

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