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Secret Society (2000)

Daisy is the love of Ken's life - she is also large... and very pretty... and on the dole. But Ken is a dreamer, all his dreams to make a fast buck ending up where they started - as dreams.... See full summary »

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Cast

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Charlotte Brittain ...
Daisy
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Ken
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Marlene
James Wooton ...
Billy
Lisa Riley ...
Beth Trailor / Amazon Woman No. 1
Charles Dale ...
Paul
Rachel Smith ...
Sue
Sharon Duce ...
Janice
Kate Fitzgerald ...
Mrs. Selby
Clare Cathcart ...
Pygmy Hippo
Sharon D. Clarke ...
Typhoon
Troy Jackson ...
Woolly Mammoth
Jackie D. Broad ...
She Elephant
Joann Condon ...
Giant Butterfly
Donna Combe ...
Mighty Walrus
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Daisy is the love of Ken's life - she is also large... and very pretty... and on the dole. But Ken is a dreamer, all his dreams to make a fast buck ending up where they started - as dreams. With the rent unpaid, the bailiffs at the door and Ken's dreams in tatters, Daisy sets out to bring home the bacon and gets a job in the local factory. There she meets Marlene and half a dozen other large women who are all united in a secret passion - Sumo wrestling! Ken doesn't know what's hit him... Written by Malcolm Kohll <focus@pupix.demon.co.uk>

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Comedy

Certificate:

PG | See all certifications »
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Release Date:

20 December 2001 (Germany)  »

Also Known As:

Bunyós csajok  »

Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$933 (USA) (9 June 2002)

Gross:

$4,725 (USA)
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Quirky little movie
19 January 2003 | by (LA) – See all my reviews

This movie is about a woman finding inner strength. While the main characters are overweight it is not really about them overcoming this. They were overcoming problems that all people have. The overweight theme is simply a vehicle to help focus the story. That said, the women were very attractive and, for me at least, it reinforced that beauty is truely in the eye of the beholder. This movie has been compared to The Full Monty (first class) and Billy Elliot (second class). It is probably not as good as either but better than a lot of the typical Hollywood foder.


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