Dismissing the grandmother's appeal, the judge, sitting with Lord Justice Elias, said he could find nothing 'plainly wrong' in Judge Richards' decision and he had exercised his discretion 'to achieve what we think is the right result'. Not in this family or in this specific cultural context. As the father - now married - was capable of being a 'good enough' parent to the boy, Judge Richards said he was entitled to precedence as the natural father. Urging the grandmother to hold back from taking her case to the House of Lords, Lord Justice Wall said: Indeed, star quality seems to run in the family — when not looking after their grandmother, the brothers themselves are a handsome trio of street entertainers. The Appeal Court's order that the grandmother hand over the boy to his father was stayed pending her application for leave to appeal to the House of Lords. But Appeal Court judges today upheld 'the immutable principle that children should live with their natural parents' when they ordered the grandmother to hand over the boy. Yet though there is a wistful sense of something sacrificed, the filmmakers are careful not to temper this reflectiveness with regret. In a bid to defuse the family war, Lord Justice Wall told the court: Most watched News videos. They cavort about on unicycles, perform Bee Gees covers in Elvis costumes on stilts! At Norwich High Court earlier this year, Judge Richards ruled that the grandmother should give up the boy. Indeed, without her, H may have been taken into care and adopted. Share or comment on this article: Mostly though, this is a sunny hangout movie with a gentle rhythm that suits its slight, minute running time.