Kev brings his wife to meet his friends at the pub. She's a bit unusual though.

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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 ...
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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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Gwen Sampe is the best thing about this and many other things.
11 June 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Agree completely. Sampe - to my knowledge - has not made other movies. I saw her recently performing at the 7 Lezards night club in Paris. She was sensational. One of the rare artists with the integrity not to make compromises. Oh for a film - short or long - featuring her art. Sampe is comparable to all the jazz legends. We see so few of our contemporary jazz leaders on film these days especially if their music is not easy listening. Sampe is a very exciting artist ... a Black American 'exiled in Paris' and shamefully ignored by the mainstream music industry. Her arrangements and reconstructions of jazz and blues standards should be reaching far wider audiences. Let's hope that the next film she appears in does more justice to this underexposed artist.


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