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Despite being set in Glasgow the majority of this two-part film was shot over six weeks in Dublin. Two days and a night were spent shooting street scenes in Glasgow using a greatly reduced crew. See more »
I agree, "Kitchen" is fun for the first half, and the character Danny is likable. It is also fun to see actors who played parts in "Rome." All hail to the Scots, but the Scottish accent is difficult to interpret, for this American. It does not affect the quality of the production, only my enjoyment of it.
Danny's antics are fun until they take a strange and unbelievable twist. At about the same time, other characters' stories take twists, too, mostly hard to believe. Eddie's character Nick is almost hidden by all the melodrama.
The food looked okay - I wouldn't mind eating at that restaurant as long as I don't know what they do in the kitchen.
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