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Honest (2000)

The film is an edgy black comedy set in swinging London in the late 60s. The All Saints girls play three street wise sisters who head 'up West' to rob and generally cause trouble.

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Gerry Chase
Natalie Appleton ...
Mandy Chase
Melanie Blatt ...
Jo Chase
Derek Deadman ...
Night Watchman
Graham Fletcher-Cook ...
Market Trader
Vinny Reed ...
Stills Photographer
Karina Iszatt ...
Body Painted Girl
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Daniel Wheaton
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Baz
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Andrew Pryce-Stevens
Willie Ross ...
Woodbine
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Rose
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Duggie Ord
Matt Bardock ...
Cedric
Paul Rider ...
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The film is an edgy black comedy set in swinging London in the late 60s. The All Saints girls play three street wise sisters who head 'up West' to rob and generally cause trouble.

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To live outside the law you must be...Honest.

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Comedy | Crime | Romance

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for some strong sexuality and nudity, language, drug use and some violence | See all certifications »
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26 May 2000 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Casi honestas  »

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Box Office

Budget:

£3,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

£111,309 (United Kingdom), 28 May 2000, Limited Release
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Trivia

Pulled from UK cinemas a week after release as it only made £111,000 despite a massive ad spend. See more »

Goofs

The hospital scene contains numerous items of medical equipment, furniture, fixtures and fittings dating firmly from the late 1990s (e.g., beds, bedside cabinets, signs, doors and door handles) which do not resemble those used in 1968 when the film was set. See more »

Soundtracks

Turn into Earth
Written by Chris Dreja, Jim McCarty, Jeff Beck, Keith Relf and Paul Samwell-Smith
Performed by Al Stewart
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A rather good movie; well worth watching.
31 October 2002 | by See all my reviews

I would rather rip my own guts out with blunt knife than buy any All Saints album. So it's quite clear I didn't watch this movie because I'm an All Saints fan. Nor do I find any of them particularly attractive, so that's no selling point there either - mind you the two Appleton sisters do both get their top off if that's why you're interested in this movie. I wasn't expecting much from this film, but I must admit I was happily surprised. This is a rather good movie. No it's no masterpiece, but it has an entertaining story, is well paced and even laced with some really good acting performances. Definitely worth watching.


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