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Redemption Road (2001)

Uncared for by the community, Rick, recently mad, is looking for somewhere warm to commit suicide. Instead he finds George, a downtrodden doormat of a man, recently separated. In turn they ... See full summary »

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Lloyd Stanton
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Cast

Credited cast:
Tony Bluto Tony Bluto ... Rick
Stephen Marcus ... Joe
Ken Sharrock Ken Sharrock ... George
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Annette Badland ... Brown Owl
Caroline Barnes Caroline Barnes ... Joe's wife
Perry Benson Perry Benson ... Barman
Mark Benton ... Sherbert Man
Daniel Bevis Daniel Bevis ... Petrol Station Cluts
Joan Blackman Joan Blackman ... Muriel
Charlotte Brittain Charlotte Brittain ... Disco Girl 3
Teresa Churcher ... Disco Girl 1
Barbara Dickson Barbara Dickson ... Hippy Woman
Linda George Linda George ... Disco Girl 2
Roger Hammond ... Old Man
Amy Hunter Amy Hunter ... Gambling Brownie
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Uncared for by the community, Rick, recently mad, is looking for somewhere warm to commit suicide. Instead he finds George, a downtrodden doormat of a man, recently separated. In turn they stumble upon the embittered, man-mountain that is Joe, recently bereaved. One game of pool and several drinks later these three disparate men are thrown together on a journey no-one wants to take, to a destination no-one believes exists, chased by a man no-one should meet. Then there's the Hippies, George's ex-wife, a robbery, drugs, amputation, muggings, Brownies, the Police, explosions and this really, really gorgeous girl. Written by Anonymous

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road movie | black comedy | See All (2) »

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Comedy | Drama

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Country:

UK

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Budget:

$1,200,000 (estimated)
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Color
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The Invisible film
25 July 2007 | by footfarmerSee all my reviews

Redemption Road was made under what is now recognised as a tax scam, rather than a tax scheme (made on the deferred 40% alone). It was never finished and with the death of Ken Sharrock would never be finished. The were a limited number of VHS copies prepared for the DCMS sign off which had music and titles added on video, but the film itself is missing a number scenes and shots and what is edited is barely past assembly stage. So the screenplay might not be brilliant and the directing may be 'boring' however without a finished film i would say difficult to judge. Also Pauline Quirke, Mark Benton, John Thomson and Rachel Stirling aren't quite what I would class as 'B' list talent.


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