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The Bad Education Movie

87 Mins

Jack Whitehall sets a typically terrible example as posh history teacher Alfie Wickers in this feature-length outing for the hit TV comedy. Following an eye-opening visit to Amsterdam, Mr Wickers takes his class of unruly scruffy 'uns on an end-of-term trip to Cornwall. Needless to say, lessons are rudely learnt on both trips, involving dodgy locals, swans with attitude, and hamsters disappearing where the sun don't shine.

Director: Elliot Hegarty

Starring: Jack Whitehall, Harry Enfield, Matthew Horne, Sarah Solemani, Joanna Scanlon, Tallulah Riley, Jeremy Irvine, Iain Glenn

Genres: Comedy

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