Odeon Liverpool Switch Island

Cinemas , Multiplex London
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Venue name: Odeon Liverpool Switch Island
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Address: Dunnings Bridge Road
Netherton
Bootle
Liverpool
L30 6TQ
Price: £7.30-£8.60
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      adele dunne

      i enjoy the film - thought it was a bit slow at first but.once i got into the character and the story it delivered a very sincere factual message which put predjudices to the side and you could see the good the main character was trying to do - i belevie also it was a true story