The Accidental Tourist is a witty four-minute film with a sting in the tail. The story is set in a seedy local bar, unchanged since the 1970s, in an unnamed town in the east of Scotland. It... See full summary »

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Stewart Cassidy ...
Bar Man
Iain Martin ...
Young Man
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Customer (as Gwendoline Johnston)
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The Accidental Tourist is a witty four-minute film with a sting in the tail. The story is set in a seedy local bar, unchanged since the 1970s, in an unnamed town in the east of Scotland. It is about language, accent and understanding - or misunderstanding. It is also about prejudice and false expectation, and many of us will recognize ourselves in one or more of the characters. This is a highly crafted piece of work, with sumptuous Rembrandtesque cinematography, clever if understated visual effects and tight direction that sets exactly the right pace for the mood of the narrative. Written by Anonymous

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