Freddie’s (Luke Pasqualino) the black sheep of his family. His big sister Karen (Klariza Clayton) has ambitions - she’s reached the final of a TV talent show to find a new member of girl group Da Sexxbombz. Freddie despises her lust for celebrity but is emotionally blackmailed into upholding the story Karen and their Dad, Leo (Simon Day), are spinning. On top of this, living in the shadow of the increasingly reckless Cook (Jack O’Connell) is becoming too much to bear. When Effy (Kaya Scoledario) turns up at his shed, Freddie doesn’t know what to do with himself; there’s a always been a connection between them. Freddie feels torn between his family, his friends, and his heart, and the isolation is overwhelming. Will Freddie start to put himself first, or will he retreat to his shed, and beloved skateboard, as he always has before?