Directed by Bruce Webb.
Starring: Neve McIntosh, Josh Bolt and Liza Tarbuck.
Plot: Robbie (Josh Bolt) and Ziggy (Eugene Byrne) think they’ll be best mates forever, but when Robbie collapses on holiday and is diagnosed with a fatal heart condition, forever suddenly seems a lot shorter. Lying in the children’s ward, Robbie only has one thing on his mind: he doesn’t want to die a virgin – and the only one who can help him achieve his goal is his best friend Ziggy. A truly hilarious and heartfelt British film, The Be All And End All will open in selected cinemas nationwide on December 3rd.
Hopelessly inexperienced with the opposite sex himself, Ziggy is put in charge with the almighty task of getting his dying friend laid and devises a number of plans in an attempt to achieve this.
The Be All and End All that rare thing; a British film that is frank, unsentimental and often downright funny.