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The Last Yellow (1999)

Two losers try to lift themselves out of the mire by letting their fantasy world take over their lives.

Director:

Julian Farino

Writer:

Paul Tucker
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Cast

Credited cast:
Mark Addy ... Frank
Alan Atheral Alan Atheral ... Donut
Kenneth Cranham ... Len
Charlie Creed-Miles ... Kenny
Glen Cunningham Glen Cunningham ... Militaria Shop Owner (as Glen Cunningham)
James Hooton James Hooton ... Keith
Emil Marwa ... Moose
Samantha Morton ... Jackie
Nicola Stephenson Nicola Stephenson ... Karen
Steve Sweeney ... Graham
June Watson ... Frank's Mother
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Two losers try to lift themselves out of the mire by letting their fantasy world take over their lives.

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Comedy

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 December 1999 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Az utolsó beszari See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK

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Walk through This World
Written by Kay Jeanne Savage, Sandra Noreen Seamons
Performed by Engelbert Humperdinck
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Slice of English low life
31 March 2017 | by roop-94532See all my reviews

To many viewers this film will have little resonance. But it taps into a now little known, and increasingly forgotten, side of English life of the 1980s and 1990s. Back then there was mass unemployment and loads of "spare" blokes without much purpose. I knew this world well, lived it, and so did many of my mates mooching between pub, bookies and high street or just sitting on a bench somewhere having a laugh, making a few quid last for hours. This film made me laugh out loud, especially the hapless pizza moped bloke, I'm ashamed to admit. "On Her Majesty's social security" a wonderful play on the 007 franchise and true to the Walter Mitty-esque world of the main protagonist. Great soundtrack as well, "just the two of us" :-)


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