Walking with Walken, is the story of an actor / impressionist who gets far to close to one of his best-loved impressions, Christopher Walken. It is told in a funny and moving way. Adam Shaw's hold on this character is the key to this film, it's through him we are guided, and the director allows him the freedom a part like this needs. It's not just funny, there is a strong message about obsession, and taking hero worship to far.
Dawn Rhodes-Shaw as Adam's wife is wonderfully, when she talks to camera, you find you are laughing and feeling for her at the same time.
The direction is fault less, and Simon Welsford is on the one to watch list of young British directors.
All in all, if you get a chance to see this film, do.
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