Boy is being released in New Zealand next month, on the 25th of March.
And it looks really good. I’m very keen to see it.
The movie’s about a boy who loves Michael Jackson and he thinks his father’s some kind of hero. But he’s actually in jail. And, so, when he comes out, his father turns out to be quite different from what he imagined.
In one of the clips I saw, a guy in the boy’s class, who’s sitting behind him says: Your dad’s not overseas. He’s in jail for robbery. お前のオヤジは海外にいない。盗みをして刑務所に入っているんだろう。
And the boy says:Shut up, Kingi. You don’ t know. 何も知らないくせに、だまれ！
And Kingi replies: Yes, he’s in the same cell block as my dad. 知ってるよ、オレのオヤジと同じ牢屋に入っているからね。
A cell is:a room for one or more prisoners in a prison or police station.
And a block is: a large single building subdivided into separate flats or offices.
So a cell block is a building in a prison which is divided into different rooms or cells, where the prisoners stay.