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1 May 1998 (USA) See more »
Love now, Live now...
Nick, is a young Scottish soccer player living in the big city. He meets Karen, and the two fall in love and move in together... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Robert Carlyle ... Nick Cameron

Juliet Aubrey ... Karen Walker

James Nesbitt ... Tony

Sophie Okonedo ... Paula

Berwick Kaler ... Sammy
Darren Tighe ... Dell
Sean McKenzie ... George
John Brobbey ... Geoff
Sara Stockbridge ... Bridget
Tom Watson ... Bill Cameron
Barbara Rafferty ... Madge Cameron
Sean Rocks ... Charlie
Dave Schneider ... Doctor

Tony Curran ... Chris Cameron
Erin McMahon ... Julie Cameron

Jenny Jules ... Doctor

Roger Ashton-Griffiths ... Walsh
Anna Godsiff ... Nurse
Susie Fugle ... Scan Doctor
Roger McKern ... Patient
James Trehearne ... Male Nurse
Cal McGregor ... Man in Wheelchair

Tricky ... Himself

Directed by
Michael Winterbottom 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jimmy McGovern 
Paul Henry Powell 

Produced by
Andrew Eaton .... producer
Sheila Fraser Milne .... associate producer
Roxy Spencer .... co-producer
David M. Thompson .... executive producer
Original Music by
Alastair Gavin 
Cinematography by
Daf Hobson 
Film Editing by
Trevor Waite 
Casting by
Simone Pereira Hind  (as Simone Ireland)
Production Design by
Hayden Pearce 
Art Direction by
Frazer Pearce 
Costume Design by
Rachael Fleming 
Makeup Department
Mel Gibson .... makeup designer
Amanda Warburton .... makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Matthew Baker .... second assistant director (as Matt Baker)
Nick Laws .... assistant director
Celia Willett .... third assistant director
Art Department
Rory Armstrong .... design assistant
Mark Dussert .... props
Sound Department
Kevin Brazier .... dialogue editor
Tony Briskham .... boom operator
Rupert Miles .... dubbing editor
David Old .... dubbing mixer
Geraldine Phillips .... foley editor
Sarah Rains .... dubbing editor
Martin Trevis .... sound recordist
Special Effects by
Mark Turner .... special effects (as Marc Turner)
Roy Alon .... stunt coordinator
Eddie Kidd .... stunt driver
Camera and Electrical Department
Richard Brierley .... focus puller
Robert Hind .... still photographer
Andy Long .... gaffer
Tom Maslen .... grip
Elmer Postle .... clapper loader
Derek Speirs .... still photographer
Richard Stevens .... electrician
Ken Toms .... best boy
Stephen Williams .... electrician
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Natalie Ward .... wardrobe mistress
Editorial Department
Peter Christelis .... assistant editor
Location Management
Fiona Elrington .... location assistant
Garance Rawinsky .... location manager
Music Department
Lawrence Henry Banks .... composer: song "Go Now"
Milton Bennett .... composer: song "Go Now"
Other crew
Katie Drysdale .... production coordinator
Jane Hawley .... production executive
Ruth Hodgson .... production secretary
Mat McHale .... production runner
Sarah Nichols .... production accountant (as Sarah Lucraft)
Caroline O'Reilly .... continuity
Roger Phillips .... title designer
Piers Thompson .... production runner

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Rated R for language and sexuality
81 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
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7 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
Not your average "disease-of-the-week" drama., 29 August 2001
Author: McBuff from Slagelse, Denmark

This small BBC-produced gem stars the ever excellent Robert Carlyle (Riff-Raff, Trainspotting, Priest, The World is not enough) as an MS-afflicted soccer player/construction worker, whose struggle against the horrible disease (Multiple sclerosis) is depicted with warmth, humor and horror. Plenty of sex and raucous scenes make for a stunningly real and unconventional film. But it´s Robert Carlyle´s astonishing performance that deserves attention. Not really that much to learn here about the disease itself, but the film is touching and realistic, a far cry from similar-themed Hollywood products. Juliet Aubrey as his girlfriend is worth noting, too. ***

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