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All of us have said this at least once in a lifetime. Imagine 5 women working in a restaurant with frustration exploding their souls and customers waiting to be served... See more (8 total) »


  (in credits order)

Neve Campbell ... Abi

Shirley Henderson ... Alice

Alexandra Maria Lara ... Suzie

Anna Maxwell Martin ... Madonna

Oana Pellea ... Rita

Danny Huston ... Al Bowlly / Himself

Andrew Higgie ... Guy #1

Nathaniel Parker ... Guy #2
Hilary Sesta ... Old Lady - Cecile
Leon Lissek ... Old Man #1

Barry Morse ... Old Man #2 - Georg

Directed by
Oliver Parker 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jennifer Higgie 

Produced by
Chris Auty .... executive producer
Tim Cole .... line producer
Alan Greenspan .... producer
Andrew Higgie .... producer
Matthew Justice .... producer
Alan Parker .... executive producer
Dominic Saville .... producer
Original Music by
Charlie Mole 
Cinematography by
Tony Miller 
Film Editing by
Mary Finlay 
Casting by
Alex Johnson 
Production Design by
Charles Garrad 
Art Direction by
Ben Smith 
Set Decoration by
Steve Oakes 
Costume Design by
Louise Stjernsward 
Makeup Department
Donald McInnes .... hair stylist
Donald McInnes .... makeup artist
Angela Oxley Evans .... makeup artist (as Ang Oxley)
Catherine Scoble .... hair stylist
Catherine Scoble .... makeup designer
Production Management
Jay Coquillon .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Oscar Beuselinck .... second assistant director
Lucy Egerton .... third assistant director
Stuart Renfrew .... first assistant director
Art Department
Gene D'Cruze .... construction coordinator
Charlie Goldthorpe .... assistant art director
Jane Harwood .... draughtsman
Mike Malik .... property master
Tom Roberts .... stand-by props
Nigel Woodford .... prop maker
Sound Department
Stuart Bagshaw .... foley recordist
Fraser Barber .... sound recordist
Paula Boram .... foley artist
Ricky Butt .... foley artist
Jamie Gambell .... sound maintenance engineer
David Gerard .... dubbing assistant
Dan Johnson .... sound re-recording mixer
Chris McLaughlin .... sound assistant
Ben Meechan .... supervising sound editor
Zak Melemendjian .... supervising dialogue editor
James Perry .... adr recordist
Jonathan Rimas .... adr mixer
James Seddon .... dolby consultant
Graeme Stoten .... adr recordist
Jack Straw .... foley artist
Jason Swanscott .... foley artist
Visual Effects by
John Claude .... digital intermediate colourist
Camera and Electrical Department
Joe Alexander .... camera trainee
Steve Blake .... gaffer
Ashley Bond .... first assistant camera
Kerry Brown .... still photographer
Bruce Knight .... electrician
Barry McCullagh .... electrician
Tom McGinley .... best boy
Animation Department
Ben Bradley .... digital artist
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Nadia Dunn-Hill .... costume supervisor
Rose Truchet .... costume assistant
Editorial Department
Greg Barrett .... senior digital grade producer
Stephen Bearman .... film scanner
Rebecca Budds .... digital media coordinator
Aidan O'Brien .... assistant editor
Paul Shore .... digital film supervisor
Music Department
Hunter Davis .... music supervisor
Steve Parr .... music mixer
Other crew
Mary Alexander .... production assistant
Rowena Ladbury .... script supervisor
Stephen May .... script consultant
Greg McManus .... production coordinator
Christos Michaels .... production lawyer
Barney Miller .... floor runner
Claire Missingham .... choreographer
Ethan Piliavin .... intern
Ethan Piliavin .... office production assistant
Tina Shadick .... production accountant
Lee Thomas .... production executive
Ceyda Torun .... assistant to director

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Additional Details

90 min | Germany:89 min (European Film Market)
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Nathaniel Parker (Guy #2) is the younger brother of the director Oliver Parker.See more »
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59 out of 81 people found the following review useful.
All of us have said this at least once in a lifetime. Imagine 5 women working in a restaurant with frustration exploding their souls and customers waiting to be served..., 10 June 2007
Author: eperdos from Romania

An excellent theatrical movie about 5 girls working in a restaurant but in fact looking for the meaning of their lives. Great acting on all 5 actresses, 2 of them being Romanian. Composition roles that request creativity and power: Shirley Henderson is a terrific almost hysterical woman and I would give her the Oscar for her performance. Oana Pellea is a delusional older woman, speaking just in philosophical words and behaving like nothing around her is happening; until frustration gets her too! I would like to see this script on stage eventually, and with same casting would be a stunning show. I saw the movie (an absolute world premiere) at TIFF (Transilvania International Film Festival) in Cluj, Romania, and I enjoyed every second of it.

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