This Is England '86
Drama • 2010 • 1 Season
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It's 1986 - the year Maradona ends England's World Cup dreams in Mexico; the year Top Gun is the highest grossing film; the year over 3.4 million Brits are unemployed and the year Shaun is leaving school.
September 7, 2010
8.0 – Based on 201 ratings
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This is England '86 | September 7th | Channel 4