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A Feast at Midnight (1994)

PG | | Comedy, Drama, Family | 26 March 1995 (UK)
A new student at a British public school forms a secret society centered around cooking and midnight feasting with other school misfits and outcasts.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
John Hurley ...
Cabbie
Freddie Findlay ...
Magnus
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Oberoi (as Sebastián Fernández-Armesto)
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Headmaster
Carol MacReady ...
Miss Plunder (as Carol Macready)
Andrew Lusher ...
Tava
Aled Roberts ...
Goof
Stuart Hawley ...
Bathurst
Jordan Ruffell ...
Mee
Edward Hassard ...
Cubitt
Matthew Blakiston ...
Merriman
Dominic Dowbekin ...
Williams
Harry Stapleton ...
Pears
Jake Meyer ...
Luerssen
Tom Radcliffe ...
Burkhart
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A new student at a British public school forms a secret society centered around cooking and midnight feasting with other school misfits and outcasts.

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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Rated PG for mild sensuality and boyish pranks | See all certifications »
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26 March 1995 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Keskiyön juhla  »

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Trivia

The school Hawtrey's where the film was shot closed down just after this production. See more »

Quotes

Chef: [after rushing the boys from the kitchen] Go, go, go on and play, you little... chefs.
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References Jurassic Park (1993) See more »

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Wonderful movie
1 February 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I went to this kind of school and only wish we had had the opportunity to have this much fun. Of course the head was very strict in the movie as he was in my school and we would not have dared to break rules in that way. The sensual part was deftly handled and gave no cause for concern. This was in every way a family movie.

I enjoyed it immensely because I guess I am still a kid at heart and I love to cook. What a great relationship this kid had with his Dad and with the other boys in the school. Edward Fox was very believable as the English gentleman gourmet father of our hero, Magnus.

Kudos to the writer, the director and the boys who did all that fine acting especially Freddy Findlay. Definitely a film that can be watched more than once.


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