The Wee Man

Synopsis: The true-life story of Paul Ferris.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Ray Burdis
  2 wins & 2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.0
Rotten Tomatoes:
20%
NOT RATED
Year:
2013
106 min
12 Views

This film is based

on a true story.

You have not done badly.

They're back, Dad.

- Who?

The samples.

- What?

Why do they do that, Dad?

That's not good.

No, that's not good boy, that's for sure.

But it is what it is, come.

Why?

- You said it yourself, you know.

They're monsters.

But that's all they are.

It is his creeps, they hunt in groups

and they have provided on the weak.

Yes, but not for me?

- No, not you, I promise.

How can you be so sure?

- Because if you do not know:

Always remember,

outside this house is a forest...

...a big, dark, scary forest

full of bad characters...

...waiting in the trees

to get you to take.

That's why I tell you, boy.

- I do not like it, dad.

I know, but do not worry.

There are three simple rules...

...that help you to survive in the

scary forest.

And if you remember, nothing will

you ever lost or can not do.

What are the rules, dad?

- Okay, good.

A:
Always pay attention to strangers.

Do not always know what they say, because

can the wolves in sheep's clothing.

Two:
be loyal, boy. Especially to people,

you love and you trust.

And three:
it's time to go to sleep.

- Dad.

No, wait, I remember.

Three, yes.

This is important.

Act like a lion, boy

not act like a lamb.

Do not follow other people.

Go on your own instincts

and stick to what you think is right.

Live in the scary forest,

follow the magical rules.

Then nothing will ever get

or something can participate.

The time now is 02:00.

You better go to sleep.

- Why not help anyone?

There is no one to help.

- We'll call the police, they stop it?

Go to sleep, boy.

If we see you again

then I'm not happy.

Okay, now you little bastard.

- And you know what you forgot?

Thank you to say.

Say it.

Say, thank you, damn.

- I think he's had enough.

Let's go.

Since when vacuuming your

the kitchen floor, Jenny?

Damn.

- Do you have headaches, Willie?

You were quite drunk last night,

you could not even come up the stairs.

It happens when you go out with the guys.

- Yes, you say.

A man works hard all week

and then requires a drink.

A few drinks? You tell him, Paul?

It is true, Daddy.

You made us crazy.

You started to sing a song

the Black and White Minstrels.

And when you tried to go watch TV.

- Is that really so?

And when you fell asleep and snored.

- Your father has his old behavior again.

There was probably nothing on TV again.

What do you think, boy?

No comment.

- That's better.

Where is my new shirt, Jenny?

- That's the clothesline stolen.

They have things again

stolen from the clothesline, damn.

What is a Snowdropper?

- A Snowdropper

is the lowest form of life

on this planet, boy.

Harness that clothing clothesline

steal from other people.

They even stole the diapers

the clothesline of Pearl Jones.

It's getting worse.

- Yes.

Where are you going?

- I take a walk.

I'll make it up with Johnny and Jimmy.

Put your coat on because it's cold.

- That's right, do the damn door.

Be careful and 16.00 back, yes?

- Okay.

Jesus.

- Go hang out somewhere else, asshole.

- I ram it together.

I can not earn as you're here.

It's still early,

just do what you gotta do.

Give me a loaf of bread, please.

- Bread?

I will give you a much, Corey.

You stay do annoying.

Come, come.

I just saw the Banks brothers.

- Where?

Down the street.

- I hope they die, that ugly.

And I had to wash this finger again.

- Why?

Lisa Boyue

- Lisa Boyue, you can not.

She gave me three flying saucers

if I would do it.

And I would get a Bazooka Joe

if she could sit. to my dick

But I did not.

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Ray Burdis

Ray Burdis (born 23 August 1958 in London) is an English actor, screenwriter, director and film producer. Burdis started acting at eleven years old when he trained at the Anna Scher Theatre in Islington. He appeared in an episode of the classic BBC sitcom Steptoe and Son when he was fifteen, but his first major role was at the age of sixteen, in the Thames Television series You Must Be Joking! , which he also co-created and wrote. He also starred with Phil Daniels in Four Idle Hands. In 1978 Burdis auditioned for a presenting job on the BBC children's programme Blue Peter as a replacement for John Noakes. Richard Marson's book celebrating the show's fiftieth anniversary records this fact and film of the audition was shown at a BAFTA celebration in October 2008. Burdis played the part of cowardly inmate Eckersley in the controversial movie Scum in 1979. He had played the same role two years earlier in a BBC television version of the story, although this was not transmitted for many years due to its graphic nature, hence the cinematic re-make. Burdis appeared in the Minder episodes "Not a Bad Lad, Dad" and "Hypnotising Rita", and played Joe in the musical drama The Music Machine (1979). He later had a small role alongside Daniel Day-Lewis in the film Gandhi (1982). Burdis then played a supporting role as Richard, a gay neighbour in Channel 4's short-lived sitcom Dream Stuffing in 1984. After this, he played ambitious photographer Nick Tyler in the BBC comedy Three Up, Two Down. His character was the son and son-in-law respectively of the two lead characters, played by Michael Elphick and Angela Thorne. The series rated over 17million viewers and went on for 4 series. He went forward to produce the feature films The Passion of Darkly Noon starring Brendan Fraser - Ashley Judd and The Reflecting Skin starring Viggo Mortensen - Lindsay Duncan Burdis has subsequently concentrated more on writing, producing and directing. He was the producer of The Krays (1990), and also co-wrote-produced and directed the movies Final Cut (1998) and Love, Honour and Obey (2000). He also created, co-wrote, produced, directed and starred in the television police fly on the wall docu-comedy Operation Good Guys for three series. The series was awarded the Silver Rose for Best Sitcom and the Prix de la Presse, voted for by the International Press, at the Montreux Golden Rose Festival. he appeared in the BBC Two comedy drama series Manchild for two series, along with Nigel Havers, Anthony Head and Don Warrington. In 2013 Ray Burdis wrote and directed the film, The Wee Man starring Martin Compston and John Hannah that won two Scottish BAFTAs. In 2014 Ray wrote and directed the film 'Angel' released in the spring of 2015 by Carnaby Films. In 2016 Ray and his production partner Bruce Priday, formed ArchAngel Productions, to develop and produce a wide genre of TV and Theatrical films. Ray is currently in pre-production of 'Mods To Be Someone' to be shot in the spring of 2018. And plans to shoot 'FERRIS' starring Martin Compston, later in the same year. more…

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