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Brian and Charles

After a particularly harsh winter Brian goes into a deep depression; completely isolated and with no one to talk to, Brian does what any sane person would do when faced with such a melancholic situation. He builds a robot. (PG, 90 min.)


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Brian and Charles follows Brian, a lonely inventor in rural Wales, who spends his days building quirky, unconventional contraptions that seldom work. Undeterred by his lack of success, Brian attempts his biggest project yet. Three days, a washing machine, and various spare parts later, he’s invented Charles, an artificially intelligent robot who learns English from a dictionary and has an obsession with cabbages. What follows is a humorous and entirely heartwarming story about friendship, family, finding love, and letting go.
[Focus Features]

Starring: David Earl, Chris Hayward, Louise Brealey
Director: Jim Archer
Genre: Comedy

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"A delight."

— Esther Zuckerman, Thrillist

"An endlessly charming, funny, and delightfully lo-fi British comedy."

— Ethan Anderton, Slashfilm

"The warmth and tenderness with which the film explores the relationship between Brian and his creation are real."

— Oli Welsh, Polygon

"Here’s some Frankenstein and some Wallace and Gromit and some that is entirely Brian and Charles’s own; the mockumentary-style comedy, directed by Jim Archer, is sweet, funny, weird, and heartwarming."

— Alissa Wilkinson, Vox

"Comedy is a serious business and it is Earl and Hayward’s deadpan delivery, coupled with Archer’s maintenance of a documentary shooting style in the face of the ridiculous, that ensures the situation generates physical and verbal laughs."

— Amber Wilkinson, Screen Daily