When I'm 64 | Chicago Reader

When I'm 64

A widowed cabdriver and former soccer hooligan (Paul Freeman) strikes up an unlikely friendship with a recently retired Latin teacher (Alun Armstrong), a relationship that has profound repercussions for the cabbie and his family when it appears to be more than platonic. Directed by Jon Jones, this 2004 BBC production is a good example of the intimate, finely crafted drama at which British television excels. The script is a bit precious at times, but it's a pleasure to watch first-rate actors like Freeman and Armstrong turn this into something both appealing and substantive without showboating. 90 min.

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