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Madagascar Skin (1995)

Not Rated | | Comedy , Romance | 26 January 1996 (UK)
This is the story of Harry and Flint, an unlikely couple. Harry is a shy young gay man who can't seem to fit into his local bar scene. Flint is a crusty, older, and seemingly straight man ... See full summary »

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Chris Newby

Writer:

Chris Newby
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Complete credited cast:
Bernard Hill ... Flint
John Hannah ... Harry
Mark Anthony Mark Anthony ... Adonis
Mark Pettitt Mark Pettitt ... Lover
Danny Earl Danny Earl ... Lover
Robin Neath Robin Neath ... Thug
Simon Bennett Simon Bennett ... Thug
Matthew Davies Matthew Davies ... Thug
Alex Hooper Alex Hooper ... Sailor
Alex Symons-Sutcliffe Alex Symons-Sutcliffe ... Little Girl
Virginia Davies Virginia Davies ... Little Girl
Susan Harries Susan Harries ... Black Bikini Woman
George Thomas George Thomas ... Crab Hunter
Sarah Thomas ... Crab Hunter
William Burke William Burke ... Old Man
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This is the story of Harry and Flint, an unlikely couple. Harry is a shy young gay man who can't seem to fit into his local bar scene. Flint is a crusty, older, and seemingly straight man with a questionable background. They meet on a gorgeous coastline, and evolve from distrust to deep love. Written by Iliana Filby <if@heaven.net>

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Comedy | Romance

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Not Rated
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 January 1996 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Tropiko derma See more »

Filming Locations:

Coast, Wales, UK See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

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Color
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Harry: Never trust rabbit shit.
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Contains images of animal suffering
23 May 2011 | by jm10701See all my reviews

I wish some reviewer somewhere had warned that this movie contains images (verbal and/or visual) of animal suffering. Evidently so few people care about such things that no one bothers. I am doing it now.

I might have liked this movie otherwise. Most of what other reviewers say about it appeals to me strongly; I just cannot stand even hints of animal suffering in movies, so when Harry started telling about his job in the research lab I hit the STOP button hard, and I will not go back.

I know I will be ridiculed and reviled for writing this, particularly by coolly cynical Europeans if past experience is any indication, but that is just too bad.


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