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A Changed Man (2003)

A high school reunion has a profound influence on a middle aged man and his life.





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Credited cast:
Rupert Procter ...
(as Rupert Proctor)
Eoin McCarthy
Martin Savage
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Natasha Jenssen ...
Women in School Reunion
Party Guest (as Phillip Rosch) (credit only)


Chris is going to a reunion party at his old school in a depressing industrial area. He is uneasy, because he has bad memories from those days, and because he has changed a lot since then, while most of his old class-mates are still living in the same surroundings. When he meets them he tries to mix with them, but they seem embarrassed in his company and ignore him. After some drinks he starts dancing and wants others to join in. He tries to attract the others attention by becoming more and more daring. When he finally takes off all his clothes, he is carried away from the party. Written by Maths Jesperson {maths.jesperson1@comhem.se}

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19 August 2003 (UK)  »

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Good direction of crowd scenes
30 June 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Normally I wouldn't spend a great deal of time (if any) remarking about how the Supporting Artists and extras come over in a film. However, with regards to the scenes in A Changed Man there are scenes aplenty (due to the fact that it all takes place at a big party) in which the natural behaviour of a crowd is paramount and the Supporting Artists in this film must surely be commended as must the director's handling of them. They blend in beautifully and effortlessly and the reactions to the dramatic events are excellent. Next time I watch it I'll do so and perhaps air my thoughts about the main action more but it's not that often Extras get mentioned or favourably remarked upon hence my comments here.

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