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Writer:
Andrew Haigh (written by)
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Release Date:
4 November 2011 (UK) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
A (sort of) love story between two guys over a cold weekend in October.
Plot:
After a drunken house party with his straight mates, Russell heads out to a gay club. Just before closing time he picks up Glen but what's expected to be just a one-night stand becomes something else, something special. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Awards:
21 wins & 15 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Simply wonderful See more (65 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Tom Cullen ... Russell
Chris New ... Glen
Jonathan Race ... Jamie
Laura Freeman ... Jill
Loreto Murray ... Cathy (as Loretto Murray)
Jonathan Wright ... Johnny
Sarah Churm ... Helen

Vauxhall Jermaine ... Damien
Joe Doherty ... Justin
Kieran Hardcastle ... Sam
Mark Devenport ... Straight Man in Bar (as Mark Davenport)
Steve Blackman ... Straight Man in Bar
Julius Metson Scott ... Paul
Martin Arrowsmith ... Martin
Caroline Woolley ... House Party Girl 1
Caroline Cawley ... House Party Girl 2

Directed by
Andrew Haigh 
 
Writing credits
Andrew Haigh (written by)

Produced by
Suzanne Alizart .... executive producer
Rachel Dargavel .... line producer
Tristan Goligher .... producer
Claire Mundell .... co-producer
Anna Seifert-Speck .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
James Edward Barker (uncredited)
 
Cinematography by
Urszula Pontikos (director of photography) (as Ula Pontikos)
 
Film Editing by
Andrew Haigh 
 
Casting by
Kahleen Crawford 
 
Production Design by
Sarah Finlay 
 
Makeup Department
Jo Way .... makeup artist: daily
 
Production Management
Michelle Burt .... post-production manager
Yuen-Wai Liu .... production manager
Robert Newlove .... post-production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Alex Mercer .... first assistant director: daily
 
Art Department
Sam Ashby .... artwork
Lorna Dunn .... stand-by art director
Liam O'Keefe .... art department assistant: daily
Andrew Oakes .... graphics
 
Sound Department
Tim Barker .... sound
Grant Bridgeman .... sound effects editor
Steve Cookman .... dubbing mixer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
David Agha-Rafei .... first assistant camera
Xavier Amoros .... first assistant camera: daliy
Aislinn Clifford .... second assistant camera: daily
Ed Cooper .... second assistant camera
Jeremy Fusco .... first assistant camera: daily
Jon O'Neill .... second assistant camera: daily
Angelika Padberg .... gaffer
Barry Squires .... first assistant camera: daily
Jenni Suitiala .... electrician: daily
Rob Wheeldon .... electrician: daily
 
Casting Department
Caroline Stewart .... casting associate
 
Editorial Department
Jay Coquillon .... digital intermediate producer
Tom Cushing .... post-production coordinator
Pat Wintersgill .... colorist
Pat Wintersgill .... on-line editor
Yichen Wu .... assistant editor
 
Transportation Department
Omar Alvarez .... driver: daily
David Key .... runner driver: daily
Ben Mealing .... runner driver: daily
 
Other crew
Owen Arnold .... runner driver: daily
Rebecca Barker-McLean .... floor runner
Mickey Cottrell .... publicist
Mark Durkin .... head of finance: EM Media
Vincent Gadelle .... financial controller: The Bureau
Emma Hewitt .... public relations and marketing executive: EM Media
Dan Hodgett .... location manager
Emily Lappin .... head of communications: EM Media
Emily Morgan .... production coordinator
Judit Stalter .... intern: The Bureau
Matthew Whitney .... location manager
James Williams .... production runner
 
Thanks
Martin Arrowsmith .... thanks
Andrew Dearnley .... special thanks
 

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Runtime:
97 min
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Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »

Did You Know?

Trivia:
The "erections" and "semen" used in the graphic sex scenes are actually just carrots and liquid soap.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Russell asks Glen what time his train is later that day, Glen informs him it is around 4.30pm. Later on when Russell is in the train station's main room waiting for Glen to appear, an announcement is heard in the background clearly indicating that one of the next trains to depart the station is the 18:37pm for Birmingham New Street.See more »
Quotes:
Glen:Do you ever think about finding your parents?
Russell:No, not really.
Glen:Why not?
Russell:I don't really see the point. You know, I don't think it would change anything.
Glen:Why don't I pretend to be your dad and you can come out to me?
Russell:[laughs] That is SO weird.
Glen:Just ignore the fact we just had sex.
Russell:I don't think I can. Guess I'll try. Ok.
[looks Glen in the eye]
Russell:Dad? I got something I need to tell you.
[...]
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Movie Connections:
References Notting Hill (1999)See more »
Soundtrack:
Lost in MusicSee more »

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41 out of 48 people found the following review useful.
Simply wonderful, 4 November 2011
Author: jemoliver from United Kingdom

Just back from seeing Weekend at a mainstream cinema in London and simply wanted to say that the other reviewers here have hit the nail on the head perfectly. This film is literally flawless - so real, so well acted, naturalistic dialogue spoken utterly naturally. It captured my 20s in a bottle. Thank you to all involved. I'd forgotten cinema could be this fantastic. I liked the fact that the film's location was kept anonymous - most appropriate, given that the film was so accurately observed and depicted that it could have been about many of my friends, all over the UK. Some excellent cinematography too - lingering shots of a normal British city, captured at sunset/mid-afternoon/anytime, worked well at keeping the pace reflective. Finally, the moments of passion were handled sensitively, but, again, so realistically. One particularly stunning moment was the cut away and sudden fast forward to the morning - somehow capturing instantly the bleak moment that follows ecstasy, but doing it in a non-showy way. I will be watching for more of Andrew Haigh's work.

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