Anglo-Cypriot Harry Papadopoulos (Stephen Dillane) is a self-made millionaire.
But when his over-extended empire crashes, he’s forced to reconcile with older brother Spiros (Georges Corraface) and re-open their family’s fish-and-chip shop in a drab London suburb.
Soon the dour, buttoned-up Harry starts to rediscover the joy of simpler things.
Yes, it’s sentimental and predictable, but there’s a warmth and charm about Marcus Markou’s feature debut that makes it hard to resist.
And as the contrasted siblings, Dillane and Corraface play off each other in fine style.