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First saw this at 'Shots in the Dark' at Nottingham's Broadway cinema.
Fantastic. Shane was there showing off his new suit from the money for the short.
Great, realistic, gritty Nottingham comedy. Very Keystone Kops meets Sneinton.
The following ten years have seen 'Where's the Money, Ronnie' expanded into full length movies; Small Time and Once Upon a Time in the Midlands all build on the same premise of the lives and loves of the working class in the East Midlands of England.
Shane is smart and innovative. Where's the Money, Ronnie is a great start to his movie making career.
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