Born to Be Mild by Andy Oxley

The simple joys of the 'Dull Men's Club' remind us of the important things in life.

Filmmaker Andy Oxley explores the inner workings of the Dull Men’s Club, a place where men can share thoughts and experiences — free from glitz and glam and the pressures to be trendy — and enjoy simple, ordinary things in life.

The members of the Dull Men’s Club don’t care for fancy sports, dance lessons or reading groups. They embrace “boring” hobbies, such as taking photos of roundabouts, studying letterboxes and collecting milk bottles.

In short, they find joy in the mediocre and celebrate being extraordinarily ordinary.




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