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Skeletons (2010)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Fantasy | July 2010 (UK)
Two exorcists literally remove the skeletons from the cupboards from people's homes. Some fairly embarrassing secrets are revealed along the way. A case where the skeletons have hidden themselves turns the lives of all those involved.

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Nominated for 1 BAFTA Film Award. Another 6 nominations. See more awards »
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Ed Gaughan ...
Davis
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Bennett
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Rebecca
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Jane
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The Colonel
Josef Whitfield ...
Jojo
Paul Dallison ...
Marcus
Keith Lancaster ...
The Father
Kirsty Williams ...
The Mother
Jasper Williams ...
Young Davis
Tanya Myers ...
Hermione
Colin Wells ...
Olly
Will Adamsdale ...
Simon
Laura Freeman ...
Annabel
Gillian Goodman ...
Bennett's Mum
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Two exorcists literally remove the skeletons from the cupboards from people's homes. Some fairly embarrassing secrets are revealed along the way. A case where the skeletons have hidden themselves turns the lives of all those involved.

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Two men. One secret. No problem.

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Comedy | Drama | Fantasy

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Скелети  »

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Quotes

Bennett: Sorry about this
Jane: What have you done?
Bennett: Nothing
Jane: So why did you say you were sorry?
Bennett: Er...
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Featured in Breakfast: Episode dated 28 June 2010 (2010) See more »

Soundtracks

Polegnala e Pschenitza
Arranged by Stephan Kanev
Performed by Le Mystere des Voix Bulgares
Licensed courtesy of Disques Cellier
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What an unbelievably beautiful movie.
17 January 2011 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

One word sums up this movie: wow!

What an unbelievably fantastic movie this turned out to be. I had initially expected it to be some sort of comedy, but "Skeletons" turned out to be much more than just your average comedy. Sure there are funny elements to the movie, but it also deals with a much deeper thing than to just make you laugh. It deals with ordinary people and ordinary problems, plus two very extraordinary people - Simon and Bennett.

The story told in "Skeletons" was really phenomenal. It was really a fresh breath of air to the movie business. In the movie you have these people who can literally go into people's closets and see what skeletons and baggage is stored there. Sort of like a personal and spiritual enlightenment and cleansing if you will; enter Simon and Bennett. But the story also goes one step beyond the story of Simon and Bennett's extraordinary abilities, and tell the story of a family suffering from tragic events, events that were very easy to relate to somehow.

Now Simon (played by Will Adamsdale) and Bennett (played by Andrew Buckley) are two very ordinary men with extraordinary talents. And the way that Adamsdale and Buckley play their characters is right on the money. You can relate to their characters and they really come of a vibrant characters on the screen. This really goes to prove, that you don't need huge and glamorous Hollywood names to insure a good movie. Hats off to Adamsdale and Buckley, because they did a phenomenal job in "Skeletons". Now, they weren't alone to carry the movie, Jane (played by Paprika Steen) was also a very memorable character. All the characters in the movie were actually memorable and very lovable, because they were down to earth, ordinary people just like the rest of us. And that really made the movie work so well.

And the music in the movie was quite good as well, it had a very "gypsy-like" feel to it, adding a very weird and mysterious touch to the movie. So the score for the movie was really well composed and in tune with the story of the movie.

The director, Nick Whitfield, has honestly managed to put a very unique and beautiful movie together here. And if this is what to be expected from his next movie, then I am definitely looking forward to that one as well.

If you haven't gotten yourself acquainted with "Skeletons" yet, you definitely need to get into gear, because this movie is worth checking out. It is a very memorable and beautiful movie, and you will not be disappointed with this one. Thumbs up, way, way up for "Skeletons".


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