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What's Your Name 41? (2005)

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Reknowned artist, Sam Clarke, is commissioned to create a sculpture for a rich,dying client. In order to find inspiration Sam leaves London for Venice where he sets about creating his ... See full summary »

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Sam Clarke
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Joanna Castelloe
Peter Straker ...
Lou Kaminesta
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Ho Yi
Julie Healy ...
Sophia
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Natalia
Danielle Lydon ...
Tina
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Vera Kaminesta
Christopher Kelham ...
Carlos Santini
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Reknowned artist, Sam Clarke, is commissioned to create a sculpture for a rich,dying client. In order to find inspiration Sam leaves London for Venice where he sets about creating his masterpiece. It is a journey of self discovery that forces Sam to face some awkward truths..... Written by Anonymous

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5 October 2005 (UK)  »

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£50,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Nice piece of work
29 December 2006 | by (France) – See all my reviews

Beautifully shot on 35mm b/w filmstock in London and Venice. Slightly creaky storyline which manages to keep the viewer hooked, some of the characters a little wooden 'superficial), including the - lead who works hard but doesn't quite succeed in being likable. Somewhat heavy-handed 'surprise' at the end. Overall, rather good, despite its faults. Not sure I'd pay for a DVD of it, but I followed it with some interest and would be curious to see the photography in detail on a big screen projection (I watched it streamed - with bad sync - on the internet). A creditable effort. It would be interesting to see this director work with more time to develop his characters and storyline. His aesthetic values are above reproach.


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