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Opening Weekend: £164,950
(22 August 2010)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
When Jacques tries to hide from the girl, he ends up in a theater, The Cameo, where Mon Oncle
(1958) by Jacques Tati
is shown. "L'illusionniste"'s script was first written by Tati, whose figure and character was taken to create the main character Jacques Tatischeff (Tati's original name). See more
Despite being set in 1959/1960, the Scottish Police motorcycles have 'American-style' sirens, which were not introduced until the 1980s. See more
At the end of the final credits, there's a short bonus scene. See more
Features Mon Oncle
Written & Composed by Malcolm Ross
Published by Django Films Ltd
Performed by "The Britoons" See more