Ten years ago, after being accused of a hideous murder of a mother and her twin daughters, Sean Veil became paranoid, filming himself along twenty-four hours a day to have an alibi if ... See full summary »
Young couple Jackie and Leo move from North London to a suburban home in the green belt paradise of Southern England. At the birthday party of a neighbor, they soon discover the strict social hierarchies of village life.
Kicked out by his wife Eileen, Accident prone Lee turns to slobish best mate Stuart to take him in, after he burns down his place, they both rent rooms from Looney but lonely landlady ... See full summary »
A single street sweeper faces the odorous task of cleaning up the city market:a motley selection of other, more idiosyncratic street cleaners join him as his sweeping transforms into a ... See full summary »
Ten years ago, after being accused of a hideous murder of a mother and her twin daughters, Sean Veil became paranoid, filming himself along twenty-four hours a day to have an alibi if necessary. The small time psychologist Saul Seger became a famous forensic profiler and writer with the case and every now and then he accuses Sean Veil of the crime. The reporter Katie Carter believes in Sean's innocence. When the body of the missing Mary Shaw is found, Sean has to prove where he was five years ago. However, the tapes that can prove that he is not guilty have mysteriously disappeared from the storage shelf and Sean suspects that Saul has stolen them to incriminate him. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Lee Evans actually shaved his head and eyebrows for the film, despite being warned that his eyebrows may not grow back again. See more »
During the reconstruction video, the mother lights five candles on a birthday cake. As she lifts the cake, one of the candles goes out, but in the next shot, the candle has been re-lit. See more »
You seem kind of relaxed, if you don't mind me saying. For a man who's about to spend the next 30 years sucking unwashed dick.
You seem kinda jealous, if you don't mind me saying.
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This film, although not to everybody's liking, shows the world exactly how talented Lee Evans actually is. We all know his comedy skills aren't lacking (think Parole Officer) but this picture really does show off his acting abilities.
I found it a little slow to start, but it keeps you guessing all the way, whether this is intentional or not it certainly keeps you glued to the screen!
My advice is go grab it! Probably not one to watch again and again but certainly an enjoyable movie, Evans really does shine and makes this movie. Watch out for the crazy plot twist at the end, beats sixth sense's twists any day!
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