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Big Tingz (2009)

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Friends Mo and Nathan embark on a crazy adventure around the 'hood involving drug dealers, a Rottweiler and even the odd dwarf.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Marcus Boyea ...
Nathan
Tobi Akinboboye ...
Mo
Paul Khanna ...
Kevin
Jai Rajani ...
Sukhi
Damar Martin ...
Lucy
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ashley Alymann ...
PCSO Man
Laura Bartlett ...
Dancer
Shinda Chand ...
Shopkeeper
Jermel Daley-Clarke ...
Sukhi's mate
Hannah Gray ...
Dancer
Molly Jones ...
Bicycle girl
Jamie Legg ...
Dwarf
Debbie Marino ...
Sukhi's Girlfriend
Rachel McDonald ...
PCSO Woman
Hannah Raehse-Felstead ...
Old lady
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Friends Mo and Nathan embark on a crazy adventure around the 'hood involving drug dealers, a Rottweiler and even the odd dwarf.

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Short | Comedy

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28 October 2009 (UK)  »

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£8,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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Trivia

Director Mustapha Kseibati cast actor Paul Khanna in the role of 'Kevin' after seeing him in a self recorded home video audition. Months before the same actor had recorded another such audition, being cast by director David Yates in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2010). See more »

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Nathan: I swear sometimes man, you make me look like a dick!
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Big Tingz Expected From All Concerned
13 November 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If anyone wants a template on how to do a decent short film, use this.

It's fantastic.

This short film defies being only 12 minutes long and packs a mighty punch. It's furiously paced, right from the start, and has a funky soundtrack to keep the energy buzzing along. It looks great too, with cool camera angles and even a bit of slow motion thrown in. But what really makes it, what everyday viewers will like, are the characters.

And what characters there are! The two young kids, Nathan and Mo work so well together. They're funny, and they're likable. You can't wait to see them get into trouble, and then get out of trouble. Thankfully, they've got something to work against in the form of Kevin, an outrageous psychotic drug dealer, who curiously is still very funny and likable (despite the Travis Bickle haircut!).

This is a great short film because it's made from the right recipe: brilliant story, brilliant characters and brilliant acting. Good job.


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