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Nick Whitfield (written by)
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Release Date:
July 2010 (UK) See more »
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Plot:
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. | Add synopsis »
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Awards:
Nominated for BAFTA Film Award. Another 4 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Refreshingly different funny quirky British film See more (16 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Ed Gaughan ... Davis

Andrew Buckley ... Bennett

Tuppence Middleton ... Rebecca

Paprika Steen ... Jane

Jason Isaacs ... 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
Mark Devenport ... Gabrielle
Rebecca Jackson ... Marcus's Wife
Charlie Binns ... Young Woman
Holly Mai Leighton ... Young Rebecca (as Holly-Mai Leighton)
Njaal Bendixen ... Tango Teacher (as NjOEl Bendixen)
Colin Batchford ... Uncle Maky
Charlotte Whitfield ... Marcus's Child
Wilf Dallison ... Marcus's Child

Directed by
Nick Whitfield 
 
Writing credits
Nick Whitfield (written by)

Produced by
Suzanne Alizart .... executive producer
Robbie Allen .... executive producer
Wendy Bevan-Mogg .... line producer
Tracy Brimm .... producer
Kate Myers .... producer
Rachel Robey .... associate producer
Anna Seifert-Speck .... executive producer
Paul Welsh .... producer
 
Original Music by
Simon Whitfield 
 
Cinematography by
Zac Nicholson 
 
Film Editing by
Rachel Tunnard 
 
Casting by
Manuel Puro 
 
Production Design by
James Lapsley 
 
Art Direction by
Ruth Parker 
 
Set Decoration by
Lindsay Lees 
 
Costume Design by
Alison McLaughlin 
 
Makeup Department
Susanna Peretz .... hair and make-up designer
Susanna Peretz .... key hair stylist
Susanna Peretz .... makeup designer
 
Production Management
Kayleigh Cruickshank .... unit manager
Gisela Evert .... post-production supervisor
Louise Knight .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Anna Griffin .... third assistant director
Simon Hedges .... first assistant director
Tracey Warren .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Joe Barcham .... graphic artist
Hannah Boyton .... scenic artist
Alex Giles .... construction coordinator
Matt Perrin .... storyboard artist
Matt Wells .... standby art director
 
Sound Department
Per Boström .... sound re-recording mixer
Naomi Dandridge .... adr editor
Tom Deane .... adr mixer
Linda Forsén .... dialogue editor
Anthony Hurst .... boom operator
Christer Melén .... sound effects editor
Keith Silva .... sound recordist
Lionel Strutt .... adr coordinator
Joakim Sundström .... supervising sound editor
 
Visual Effects by
Paddy Eason .... visual effects: Nvizible
Hugh Macdonald .... visual effects: Nvizible
Dylan Owen .... visual effects: Nvizible
Sally Spencer .... visual effects producer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
David Ashby .... key grip
Alex Brown .... best boy electric
Peter Byrne .... first assistant camera
Abigail Catto .... second assistant camera
Barney Davis .... Steadicam operator
Jermaine Edwards .... camera trainee
Barnaby Sweet .... gaffer
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Elizabeth L. Johnson .... costume daily
 
Editorial Department
Tom Balkwill .... colorist
 
Transportation Department
Ben Jacques .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Jennine Baker .... production accountant
Vicky Chapman .... location manager
Rosie Crerar .... assistant to producer
Phillip Dickson .... epk camera operator (as Phil Dickson-Earle)
Dylan Harvey .... epk director
Duncan McKenzie .... production assistant
Lesley Pinder .... script supervisor
David Ruddock .... assistant accountant
Jack Suckling .... unit manager
 
Thanks
Mary Kearns .... special thanks
Wally Whitfield .... in memory of: 1929-2007
 

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UK:94 min (DVD)
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Davis:Have you had a bang on the head or something? There is no way I am stopping here and eating Coq au Vin with Gloria Swanson and the Brady Bunch.See more »
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Polegnala e PschenitzaSee more »

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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Refreshingly different funny quirky British film, 11 September 2013
Author: kjruk from United Kingdom

Finally a modern film that isn't Hollywood and isn't by the numbers or tickboxes. Nobody is killed, no car chases, just two eccentrics with special powers helping people to get rid of their bad memories or skeletons in the cupboard, modern exorcists with humour instead of horror.

The two actors are perfect for these two odd and squabbling characters. Two mates that look out for each other but also argue and get on each others nerves sometimes.

It's perfectly watchable and enjoyable at all levels, though normally I can't stand that wailing type music which is overused in a lot of films and irrelevant it seems to me. Whereas the Eastern European music was a perfect fit.

The only shortcoming I would say is that not enough is explained in the beginning about what they do or the retro equipment they use. Not everybody knows a lot about cleaning bad spirits and older traditional viewers will be a bit lost. The "boss" is kind of shoe-horned into the plot - again without much explanation or background context. We just have to fill in the gaps ourselves.

Also the pairing at the end is not a very likely outcome though it is a logical conclusion to the previous events.

Whatsisname's review is right - this would make a really good TV series.

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