Keith Lemon: The Film
- Genre: Comedy
- Film running length: 85 min
(excl trailers and advertisements)
- UK Release Date: 24/8/2012
- Directed by: Paul Angunawela
- Country: United Kingdom
- Language: English
- Distributor: Lionsgate
Leigh Francis, Laura Aikman, Verne Troyer
The big screen debut for TV’s fruity front man Keith Lemon (Leigh Francis), comedy ‘Keith Lemon: The Film’ tells the incredible tale of Keith’s journey from rags to riches and back again.
Finding his fortune on London’s gold-paved streets, things soon turn sour for Lemon and, accompanied by stars including Kelly Brook (Piranha 3D), David Hasselhoff (Dodgeball) and Verne Troyer (Austin Powers), he finds salvation and becomes the man we know and love today.
‘Keith Lemon: The Film’ is written and directed by longtime collaborator Paul Angunawela.
Contains one use of very strong language and frequent strong sex references.
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Total ratings: 285
Average rating: 2.4
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