- 8 wins & 3 nominations.
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Chef (as Paul Trussel)
|Jack Thorpe Baker||...||
|Simon Channing Williams||...||producer|
|Stephens Evans||...||first assistant editor|
|Jackie Vance||...||second assistant editor|
|Christine Blundell||...||hair stylist (as Chris Blundell) / makeup artist (as Chris Blundell)|
|Carolyne Walsh||...||hair stylist / makeup artist|
|Lorraine Goodman||...||production supervisor|
|David Gilchrist||...||third assistant director|
|Gus Maclean||...||first assistant director|
|Hedda Moore||...||fourth assistant director|
|Simon Moseley||...||second assistant director|
|David Balfour||...||property master|
|Trisha Edwards||...||production buyer|
|Patrick Harkins||...||stand-by props|
|Bill Howe||...||stand-by rigger|
|Piero Jamieson||...||dressing props|
|Ken Marples||...||construction manager|
|Bob Starrett||...||stand-by carpenter|
|Steve Wheeler||...||stand-by props|
|Debbie Wilson||...||art department assistant (as Deborah Wilson)|
|Mark White||...||construction (uncredited)|
|Sue Baker||...||dubbing editor|
|Malcolm Hirst||...||sound recordist|
|Dick Lewzey||...||sound engineer|
|Peter Maxwell||...||dubbing mixer|
|Andrew Morris||...||boom operator|
|Julian Rodd||...||foley editor|
|Penny Woolley||...||assistant dubbing editor|
|Steve Hancock||...||sound camera operator (uncredited)|
|Peter Brayham||...||stunt arranger|
|Lucy Bristow||...||clapper loader|
|Martin Duncan||...||best boy gaffer|
|John Gardey||...||additional still photographer|
|Bill Howe||...||stand-by rigger|
|Simon Mein||...||still photographer|
|Len O'Brien||...||generator operator|
|Dick Pope||...||camera operator|
|Gary Turnbull||...||focus puller|
|Jay Williams||...||camera grip|
|Anthony Black||...||wardrobe supervisor|
|Debbie Scott||...||assistant costume designer|
|Peter Tullo||...||location manager|
|David Snell||...||conductor / music producer|
|Phil Allchin||...||unit driver|
|Chris Allies||...||title designer|
|Joan Atkinson||...||additional script supervisor|
|Joey Bishop||...||jobfit trainee|
|James Bloom||...||production runner|
|Sandy Garfield||...||food advisor|
|Lynne Gruddis||...||assistant to producer|
|Deborah Harding||...||production coordinator|
|Juanita Parker||...||assistant accountant|
|Nicholas Shaw||...||rehearsal production runner|
|Eve Stewart||...||thin man logo designer|
|Heather Storr||...||script supervisor|
|Will Tyler||...||production accountant|
|Fiona Walsh||...||jobfit trainee|
- Alliance (1991) (Canada) (theatrical)
- Cooperative Nouveau Cinema (1997) (Belgium) (theatrical)
- Forum Distribution (1991) (France) (theatrical)
- Alliance Releasing Home Video (1992) (Canada) (VHS)
- Atlantic Film (2009) (Finland) (DVD)
- BFI Video (2017) (United Kingdom) (DVD)
- Front Row Filmed Entertainment (2010) (United Arab Emirates) (Middle East, North Africa & Iran)
- Kaleidoscope Film and DVD (2003) (Australia) (DVD)
- October Films (1991) (United States)
- Republic Pictures Home Video (1992) (United States) (VHS)
- The Criterion Collection (2013) (United States) (DVD)
- Transeuropa Video Entertainment (TVE) (1992) (Argentina) (VHS)
- Yleisradio (YLE) (1994) (Finland) (tv)
- Carolyn Jardine Publicity (publicity consultants)
- De Lane Lea (post-production)
- Film Lighting Services (lighting)
- J&J Film Foods Ltd. (catering)
- Joe Dunton & Company (camera equipment provided by)
- Peerless Camera Company (title opticals)
- Sapex Scripts (post-production script services)
- Studios CTS (score recording studio)
- Tru-Cut (negative cutting)
Just north of London live Wendy, Andy, and their twenty-something twins, Natalie and Nicola. Wendy clerks in a shop, leads aerobics at a primary school, jokes like a vaudevillian, agrees to waitress at a friend's new restaurant and dotes on Andy, a cook who forever puts off home remodeling projects, and with a drunken friend, buys a broken down lunch wagon. Natalie, with short neat hair and a snappy, droll manner, is a plumber; she has a holiday planned in America, but little else. Last is Nicola, odd man out: a snarl, big glasses, cigarette, mussed hair, jittery fingers, bulimic, jobless, and unhappy. How they interact and play out family conflict and love is the film's subject.
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|Trivia||David Thewlis was disappointed at being given such a small role, so Mike Leigh promised him that the next time he considered Thewlis for a role in a film, "he'd be given a fair slice of the pie." Thewlis would be cast as the lead in Leigh's next film Naked (1993), and win an award for his performance. See more »|
|Movie Connections||Featured in Other People's Money/Ernest Scared Stupid/City of Hope/Life Is Sweet (1991). See more »|
|Soundtracks||Happy Holidays See more »|
[Natalie and Nicola ponder having children]
Natalie: Well, I wouldn't fancy bringing one up on me own.
Nicola: It's better to be on your own than be with a bastard.
Natalie: Well, presumably you wouldn't *choose* a bastard in the first place if you had any sense!
Nicola: All men are bastards!
Nicola: They're all potential rapists!
Natalie: That's a bit sweeping!
Nicola: All men have got the ability to rape.
Natalie: Well they don't all do it, do they!
Nicola: But they've got the ability; they've got the desire.
Natalie: That's paranoid rubbish!
Nicola: What d'you know about paranoia?
Natalie: Well, not half as much as you do, I'll give you that.
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