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Nasty Neighbours (1999)

Mr. and Mrs. Peach's favourite neighbours emigrate to Australia, leaving the grieving Peach's anxiously twitching the net curtains of their suburban cul-de-sac home waiting to see who will ... See full summary »

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Harold Peach
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Jean Peach
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Robert Chapman
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Ellen Chapman
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The Boss
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Estate Agent
Gordon Coulson ...
Stan
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Mrs. Haygarth
Agnes O'Dwyer ...
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Mother in Doorway
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Bank Manager
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Mr. and Mrs. Peach's favourite neighbours emigrate to Australia, leaving the grieving Peach's anxiously twitching the net curtains of their suburban cul-de-sac home waiting to see who will be moving in next door. Unfortunately, far from their dreams of the ideal couple, a flash, young couple Mr. Chapman (Phil Daniels - Quadrophenia, One Foot In The Grave) and Mrs. Chapman (Rachel Fielding - Cold Feet, Dangerfield) turn out to be their new neighbours... As a mutual hatred for each other develops, the neighbours begin an intensifying bloody feud which climaxes in a bitter ending. Written by Anonymous

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Walking on the beaches looking at the Peaches
30 September 2002 | by See all my reviews

A dark little movie about the downward spiral of a couple caught up in debt, dead end jobs and neighbours a million miles away from themselves.

Actually, it is difficult to choose from Harold Peach (Ricky Tomlinson) and Robert Chapman (Phil Daniels) as to who is the nastiest neighbour. Their wives are both victims of the obnoxious traits of their husbands.

Well acted and slightly surreal it is well worth a viewing although not recommended for anyone in debt and who is not getting on with their neigbours - they could find it extremely depressing.


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