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The last part of the documentary shows where Tim and Daisy are now. See more »

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Interviewer: So can you paint?
Mark Heap: No! I can fall off chairs and things. See, look.
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The credits roll over a panning shot of 23 Meteor Street. In the last shot, Edgar Wright runs past, waving and smiling. See more »

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Features Mash and Peas (1996) See more »

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19 December 2010 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

This is the feature-length documentary on the 3-Disc Collector's Edition DVD of Spaced, and it is a retrospective look at it. It consists of interviews, clips(of other work, as well... we see and hear about what these people(including the cameos that weren't of crew) did before appearing in this, and what they've since become known for, etc.), behind the scenes footage and a continuing trip with Wright, Pegg and Stevenson where they visit as many of the locations from the show as they can and talk memories. They talk about the characters(their origins, the types they were going for, the inspiration for the performances), the cast(several of them knew each other, and that really helped), the style(all the references and pastiches, and the leads/writers all shared a love of that) and why a third season or movie hasn't happened. This is purely for the fans, and if you are one, it is like meeting old friends and talking with them about what they've been up to since you last saw them(this was made about three years after the second season aired). The running time is 81 minutes. There is disturbing content, bloody violence and strong language in this. I recommend this to those who love the series. 7/10


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