St George's Day

Synopsis: Infamous London gangster cousins, Micky Mannock and Ray Collishaw, are at the top of the food chain, when their world is turned upside down as they lose a shipment of the Russian Mafia's cocaine in rough seas. Set in London, Amsterdam and Berlin, the story races across Europe at breakneck speed as Micky and Ray attempt to stay one step ahead of the Police. Can they pull off a daring diamond heist in time to put things right and retire to a "legitimate" way of life.
Director(s): Frank Harper
Production: Cinedigm
Rotten Tomatoes:
109 min

# Can't wait to celebrate

# It's great to celebrate

# Can't wait to celebrate

# It's great

# To celebrate! #


Aha! Did I frighten you?

Aw, I'm sorry if I did. I'm a knight - Sir Thomas of Ticker!

I found this old suit of armour underneath some bits and bobs

and decided to try it on.

Now I can't get out!

It's very difficult to move around in.


How did knights drink tea?

My friends, Sam and Matthew, love knights, and one in particular -

St George, the patron saint of England.

They're about to get ready for a very special day - St George's Day.

I think they're very excited. Let's find out, shall we?

- Hi, I'm Sam.

- Hi, I'm Matthew.

We're twins!

We're celebrating St George's Day...

..and being English!


We love being English.

And here are some things people think of when they think of England.

Fish and chips.



Red post boxes.

Morris dancing.


And dragons.

OK, then, not dragons exactly.

- The man who fought one - St George.

- Oh-h!

St George is the patron saint of England.

People think he was a brave, strong man.

He stood up for what he believed in.

Come on, Matthew! Let's go.

'At school today'

'our friends are doing one of our favourite dances -

'maypole dancing.

'They dance around the pole

'with all the different coloured ribbons.

'Tomorrow, we're going to a big St George's Day event.

'So we've come to a craft workshop to make things for our costumes.'

- Hiya. Are you all right?

- Yeah.

Right, so you're going to be St George, so on your shield,

- what would you like to draw? Shall we draw...?

- A cross?

The red cross, yep, good idea.

You're going to make a dragon's helmet. Would you like to try it on?

See what it fits like. Wow!

Go on, then, Sam. You do that line for me. Lovely!

Does it look like a dragon's mouth?

You're doing a great job with that.

The red cross is the symbol of St George.

The cross is looking good on the shield.

OK, scaly, yes!

Real scaly.


Don't leave any white pieces, will you?

That's it, Sam.

Nice! Keep going.


Big tap...

on the table, that's it.

- Beautiful. Let's have a look. Show everyone else.

- That's nice.

Really nice, Sam. Your name looks really good.


Let's hear the noise.


I think you're going to look a bit scary tomorrow. Thank you very much.

- Bye!

- Thank you very much.


'Now we've got our costumes, there's one more thing we need to prepare.'

Picnic food! Yummy!

- So, Sam, what do we need first?

- Food.

- And...


Come on, then, boys. Let's wash our hands.

First, we're making sandwiches.

I'm making cucumber sandwiches.

And I'm making ham sandwiches.

I'm using bread, butter and cucumber.

I'm using bread, butter and ham.

Well done.

Put the sandwich on the plate.

Sam and Matthew are making a picnic for their friends Aidan and Ewan.

Also for our picnic we've got some English pork pies.

And we've got some scones.

Best of all, we've got strawberries and cream.

We can't wait to celebrate tomorrow.

Ah! That English picnic looked delicious.

I hope their friends enjoy it.

I've got a sandwich of my own...

except that every time I try to take a bite...


- helmet slams shut!

St George is the patron saint of England.

But no part of England is quite like another.

There are cities and there's countryside and beaches...

Well, I tell you what.

I know a poem that will show you how many different places there are.

# Celebrate! #

Nelson on his column

Tells the lions crouched below

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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