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The Waiting Room (2007)

Two complete strangers, Anna and Stephen, are brought together by chance by an elderly man who waits for his wife on a station platform. Their fateful meeting acts as a catalyst for them to... See full summary »

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Two complete strangers, Anna and Stephen, are brought together by chance by an elderly man who waits for his wife on a station platform. Their fateful meeting acts as a catalyst for them to examine and challenge what's going on in their different relationships, and make hard but positive decisions for themselves. If they can change their lives maybe they can meet again. Written by Anonymous

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An intelligent and distinctive film about love, fate, and being ready to meet the right person.

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Drama | Romance

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8 June 2013 (Belgium)  »

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Last film of Frank Finlay. See more »

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Whack the Doo
Lyrics by Roger Goldby
Music by Oisin Lunny
Performed by Adrian Bower
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Ralf Little has a pee - twice
24 June 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

There's nothing I dislike more than male directors pointing cameras at women sitting on the bog. In this film there are two long caressing shots of a naked Ralf little having a wizz. Apart from that, there isn't really enough story to sustain interest for nearly two hours. It would have made a decent soap episode, but the dramatic problem - getting two fairly sensible characters to give up on failed relationships - isn't really big enough for a feature. Acting is good throughout, although RL has "little" to do. Cinematography is excellent and congratulations to all concerned for getting up and doing it. There are far worse things on at the cinema. My favourite bit was the video which the kids kept playing, of Dad on the telly.


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