Are you ready for The Pay Day?
The film follows Jenn, a 30-year-old, broke, frustrated, and single IT technician.
Her chance to escape mediocrity comes in the form of a life-changing payday, but she has to break the law to get it.
If you’re sick of heist movies, you might prefer a heist comedy.
However, it is unlikely to make you laugh out loud, though it may well raise a smirk or two.
The humour is gentle and persistent, but there are no moments of pure comedy gold.
Rather, this is a rather warm send up of the British heist genre and its well worn tropes.
This feels like a TV drama, rather than a big screen blockbuster, but it will leave you smiling and the main characters are likeable and carry you through a rather implausible plot.
Nothing is to be taken seriously in this film, except perhaps the quality of Kyla Frye’s acting, which is a strong lead performance.
Give it a go on a Sunday afternoon in will lull you to the end of the weekend.
The Pay Day coming to Digital Download 5 December.