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Tony -- Unemployed and unemployable, Tony is an alienated psychopath with severe social problems, an obsession for action films and a horrible moustache. His life is interrupted only by his nervous attempts to make friends, which are invariably rebuffed by laughter or contempt. Occasionally he snaps, and violence is the result…


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Peter Ferdinando ... Tony
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Frank Boyce ... Publican
Lorenzo Camporese ... Alex
Cyrus Desir ... Dealer
Lucy Flack ... Prostitute
Ian Groombridge ... Police Inspector

Ricky Grover ... Davey's Dad Paul
Ish ... Man in Porno Shop
Eddie Johnson ... Pub Regular
Mike Johnson ... Pub Regular
Darren Jones ... Mick
Greg Kam ... DVD Seller
Jill Keen ... Madam
Sam Kempster ... Davey
Ian Kilgannon ... TV Licence Inspector
Neil Large ... Drug Taker
Callum Madge ... Corpse in lounge

Neil Maskell ... Mike Hemmings
Mark Mooney ... Sunbed Shop Owner
Vicky Murdock ... Dawn
Francis Pope ... Smudger

George Russo ... Mackey
Rob Seth-Smith ... Drug Taker
Adrian Walker ... Corpse in bed
Kerryann White ... Davey's Mum Lisa

Directed by
Gerard Johnson 
Writing credits
Gerard Johnson (written by)

Produced by
Paul Abbott .... executive producer
Leonard Crooks .... executive producer
Kirstie Edgar .... co-producer
Dan McCulloch .... producer
Original Music by
Matt Johnson 
The The 
Cinematography by
David Higgs 
Film Editing by
Ian Davies 
Production Design by
Naomi Reed 
Costume Design by
Suzie Harman 
Makeup Department
Anna Cash .... hair stylist
Anna Cash .... makeup artist
Lauren Dunn .... assistant hair stylist
Lauren Dunn .... assistant makeup artist
Lisa Kennedy .... assistant hair stylist (as Lisa Kenny)
Lisa Kennedy .... makeup artist (as Lisa Kenney)
Claudine Van De Vyver .... assistant hair stylist
Claudine Van De Vyver .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
Heidi Mount .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Emily Perowne .... first assistant director
Art Department
Joanna Marshall .... art department pa
Richard Simmonds .... graphic designer
Sound Department
Jovan Ajder .... sound re-recording mixer
Jovan Ajder .... supervising sound editor
Tom Barrow .... sound mixer
Peter Crooks .... sound effects editor
Adam Daniel .... sound re-recording mixer
Graham Daniel .... sound re-recording mixer
Samir Foco .... sound effects editor
Samir Foco .... sound re-recording mixer
James Shannon .... dolby sound consultant
Charlie Weisfeld .... additional sound recordist (as Charles Weisfeld)
Gareth Rhys Jones .... foley artist (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Marie Fernandes .... digital intermediate producer
Adam Glasman .... digital intermediate colourist
Aurora Shannon .... digital intermediate assistant
Camera and Electrical Department
Rory Green .... camera trainee
Woody Gregson .... assistant camera (second unit)
Carolyn Hughes .... clapper loader
Dale McCready .... additional cinematographer
Gemma Mount .... still photographer
Peter Talbot .... director of photography: second unit
Editorial Department
Dominic Gardiner .... on-line editor
Other crew
Emily Anderton .... executive: UK Film Council
Alice Freedman .... production assistant
Rachael Lyons .... on set runner
Tom Nash .... production coordinator
Amanda Pyne .... production finance: UK Film Council
Vanessa Stoddart .... production accountant
Claire Warnes .... senior business affairs executive
Angus Ellis .... production assistant (uncredited)
David Hewitt .... thanks

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13 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
There's No Place Like London, 30 June 2010
Author: TheExpatriate700 from United States

Tony is a dark character study focusing on a week in the life of Tony, a British serial killer living in a London tower block. A socially awkward individual, Tony kills because it seems to be his only way to resolve difficult social situations. It is easier for him to commit murder than to relate to other people.

To a certain extent, the film's examination of Tony resembles the 1980s film, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer. Peter Ferdinando's performance rivals that of Michael Rooker in the latter film, giving Tony depth and sympathy. However, the film has a class context that sets it apart from the earlier work.

Paralleling Tony's bleak existence is the blighted section of London he lives in. Walking aimlessly through poor neighborhoods and interacting with their inhabitants, Tony's behavior comes to seem an understandable reaction to his social environment. Indeed, many of the people he encounters come across as even more savage in their own ways, whether through overt aggression or bureaucratic indifference.

The film does have some flaws that prevent it from being a true classic. There are a number of scenes dedicated to establishing Tony's lack of social skills, which at times come across as overkill. Given that the film originated as a short film, these scenes seem like filler meant to bring it to feature length. Nevertheless, this British film is definitely worth a rent.

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