The film director Melik is offered a large plate of biscuits (by Nan), and soon after, at 35min 23secs he is seen holding the camera with what looks like a Jammie Doger in his mouth. See more »
In 1995 after the showing of the film at "The Museum of London" a crowd of photographers and news people rush Ray and Gary. One news cameraman is shooting with a Sony HDR-FX1. This High Definition video camera wasn't released until late 2004, almost 10 years later. See more »
After the credits the real Gary tells the camera that Ray would sell anything if he felt it would turn a profit, to which a smiling Ray replies that that's "not entirely true" and that it's "most unfair". See more »
this is a light-hearted easy-going British comedy, full of quirky characters. i really don't understand the bad reviews. well, as i said it is rather British, and its subtlety may elude some of our American viewers but anybody who has a feel for British comedy (although this is not a "classical" one) will probably enjoy this production. you can tell the actors had fun doing it. i agree with some reviewers that this is not award winning or very deep material but i found it really entertaining. great performances by ant mcpartlin, declan donnelly, bill pullman and many many others. watch out for the quirky characters all over the place (i really liked the guy from the filmlab - played by David threlfall).
if you have a feel for British humor: go for it and see this one.
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