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Pasty Faces (2000)

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Two unemployed actors flee the drudgery of Glasgow for the fame promised by Hollywood and Las Vegas.

Director:

David Wilde (as David Paul Baker)

Writer:

David Wilde (as David Paul Baker)
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Cast

Credited cast:
David Wilde ... Mickey (as David Paul Baker)
Alan McCafferty Alan McCafferty ... Joe (as Alan McCaffrey)
Chloë Annett ... Lena
Martin McGreechin Martin McGreechin ... Bobby
Gary Cross Gary Cross ... Steve
Cora Bisset Cora Bisset ... Jackie
Jessica Hughes Jessica Hughes ... Desk Clerk
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mark Gilvary ... SFX Man
Lesley Harcourt ... Night Club Woman
Vivien Latham Vivien Latham ... Studio Tour Guide
Billy Maddox ... Lou
Rory McCann ... Goon
Geoff McKnight ... Jerry
Yvonne C. Ronceros ... Nurse
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Two unemployed actors flee the drudgery of Glasgow for the fame promised by Hollywood and Las Vegas.

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Who would be stupid enough to rob a Vegas casino!

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Comedy

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

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1.78 : 1
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Worth Watching
8 December 2003 | by martin-475See all my reviews

Some Comments on this film are very harsh and would agree with other viewer personal. I watched the film on a Saturday night, not expecting much, but what a laugh. The best Scottish film in years. Need much more. As for comments re: acting.I thought they were great. The big guy from the porridge ad just signed a deal worth $1m and Pasty Faces just got a U.S distribution. Big Money if i'm not wrong. The wee guy who plays Joe is never off the tele. So i Think the film and the cast were excellent. Well worth watching.


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