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The Guides (2002)
"The Cicerones" (original title)

 |  Horror, Short
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John Trant
Jane Bertish ...
Woman on Train
Lily Power ...
Girl on Train
Oliver Lavery-Farag ...
Boy on Train
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Guide 1 'Foreign'
Derek Hagen ...
Guide 2 'American'
Rowland Stirling ...
Guide 3 'Choirboy'
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Guide 4 'Child'
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Where's Dave ?
1 November 2005 | by (Isle Of Bute , Scotland) – See all my reviews

I didn't have any idea what THE CICERONES was going to be about before watching it but after seeing it I can only describe this short film as " LEAGUE OF GENTLEMEN Go To A Slavonic Country "

An English art lover travels abroad during the inter-war years and visits a cathedral that is inhabited by an assortment of weird characters . Can you see the parallels ? When I say the art critic is played by Mark Gatiss you can't help but be reminded of the cult BBC comedy and the only thing missing is the guy done up like a black minstrel wondering where Dave is

I wouldn't go as far as saying THE CICERONES will only appeal to LEAGUE OF GENTLEMAN fans but Bob misses the point . If he was a regular viewer of the cult BBC comedy he would have noticed the structure and atmosphere is identical to LEAGUE . Thankfully Gatiss and co aren't a one trick pony but this is fairly disappointing short film


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