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My Wife (1999)

 -  Comedy | Short  -  1999 (UK)
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Kev brings his wife to meet his friends at the pub. She's a bit unusual though.

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Cast overview:
Gwen Sampe ...
Singer
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Gerry
Steven Woodhouse ...
Ian
Bryan Hourihane ...
Albert
Jon Carver ...
Kev
David Newsome ...
Pete
Susie Trayling ...
Barmaid
Phil Dewson ...
Guitar
B. Michael James ...
Trumpet
Michael McClare ...
Man at table
Bruce Jennings ...
Man raising arms
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Kev has a lot of pals in the local pub and today's the day is the day he's going to introduce his wife. His mates are a bit surprised at first, but Kev goes on and tells her name, Pete. Kev doesn't think there's anything weird about it. As a true protective husband, he doesn't look too happy when one of his mates decides he wants to dance with Pete. Written by Arnoud Tiele (zelva@tiele.nl)

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A rare movie appearance by the brilliant Gwen Sampe
14 October 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Gwen Sampe appears all too briefly in this strangely engaging movie. She is a brilliant musician and it would be great to see and hear her in other movies.

Centering on a highly original take on same sex relationships, this is a flawed but subtly subversive film. It could have benefited from far more development and elaboration and has an unfinished feeling.

The most singly frustrating aspect of the movie is the under-use of a world class musician. Sampe is an artist of the highest integrity, who currently lives and performs in Paris. The fact that she is not world-famous is because all of her work is fearlessly uncompromising and has never sold out to facile commercialism.

"My Wife" should be treasured for framing an all too brief glimpse of the incomparable Sampe at work.


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