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Mischief Night (2006)

About two families (one white, one Asian) who come together unexpectedly on a local night of carnival trickery and festivity.





Cast overview, first billed only:
Kelli Hollis ...
James Foster ...
Kev Crabtree
Tyler Crabtree
Holly Kenny ...
Kimberley Crabtree
Jake Hayward ...
Macauley Crabtree
Immie Khan (as Ramon Tickaram)
Qasim Akhtar ...
Asif Khan
Sarah Byrne ...
Sarina Khan
Mrs Khan
Mr Khan
Shaida Chaudhury ...
Nafisa Khan
Arfan Nazir ...
Mohammed Khan
Hamayoun Al-Rashid ...
Kamal Khan (as Humyoon Al Rashid)
H. Abdul Islam ...
Grandpa Khan
Mrs. Ali ...
Grandma Khan (as Mrs Ali)


About two families (one white, one Asian) who come together unexpectedly on a local night of carnival trickery and festivity.

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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Release Date:

3 November 2006 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Нощта на палавниците  »

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Performed by Swami
Written by Diamond Duggal & Casey Rain (as S-Endz)
Courtesy of DesiRock/Cigale Entertainment
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Brilliant Movie
31 July 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's a Brit movie that I am unsure if Americans can get. The acting by every person was superb and the director was inspired. I live in the States now and the layers of Brit life is many faceted. I have personal experience of Black, Mexican, Puerto Rican,Italian and white suburban upper class people and nothing comes close to Brits. This movie depicts well what transpires on some estates. I would love for other people to have the interest and want to experience the fascinating aspects of other peoples lives, but here in America only the very well educated demonstrates such interest and only superficially. They are not to be blamed because they insulate themselves from other cultures by serious boundaries, in their neighborhoods and their interest are really only intellectual. Really only Brits and Irish actually in my opinion get involved at all levels and derive actual enjoyment in their indulgent and respect faithfully,of other cultures. The skin head scene in the curry house, I've seen often, never in America and I've traveled extensively here. Such a pity!

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