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More Than a Job's Worth (2005)

A young boy on work experience at an Employment Centre has a strange and unusual gift allowing him to see deeper into the lives of the people he encounters.

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Ryan Mootoo ...
Leroy Golding ...
Mr. Odumenya
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Sokol Baci
Susanna Northern ...
Annette
Hari Kalymnios ...
Man in Café
Florian Denk ...
Man in Casino
Joe Hine ...
Supporting Artist in Casino
Giles Beer ...
Employment Officer
Clark Crocker ...
Employment Officer
Uzma Iqbal ...
Employment Officer
Triada Kalymnios ...
Employment Officer
Alistair Wood ...
Employment Officer
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Vincenzo Adriani ...
Supporting Artist in Employment Centre
Jack Bowman ...
Supporting Artist in Employment Centre
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A young boy on work experience at an Employment Centre has a strange and unusual gift allowing him to see deeper into the lives of the people he encounters.

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4 August 2005 (UK)  »

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Principle Photography was shot over one weekend and involved converting a restaurant into an Employment Centre. The set was constructed Friday night and deconstructed on Sunday night in time for breakfast first thing Monday morning! See more »

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Excellent script, directing and production, from a talented new director.
13 December 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I cannot understand where the last reviewers comments were coming from. This film has won awards for its direction and substance. The acting was superb, the camera work was very impressive and direction deserved the praise it received from the pros. Some people have obviously forgotten what it is like to be an up and coming director with budget restrictions and no bottomless pit of funding from a multinational film sponsor.

Yeah, I'm sure you could ask Tom Cruise to appear in your film if you had the money but the fact is everyone on this set worked for free and for the love of film making and not to be out there trying to impress spoilt viewers.

This film shows ambition and talent over and above a lot of the rubbish on TV at the moment. The characters were explored and developed, the script was exciting and original and had just the right amount of impact for a short. Let's see some more, Alex!


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