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Goodbye, Mr Steadman (2001)

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Robert Bathurst ... Alan Steadman
Adam Searles Adam Searles ... Elliot
Joe Roberts Joe Roberts ... Martin
Caroline Quentin ... Gina Ravelli
Patrick Barlow Patrick Barlow ... Headmaster
Lenny Henry ... Roy Buchanan
Tim Dry Tim Dry ... Ticket Man
Christopher Adamson ... Skating Mugger (as Chris Adamson)
Izabella Telezynska Izabella Telezynska ... Mrs. Polowska
Ameet Chana ... Policeman 1
Josh Cole Josh Cole ... Policeman 2
James Vaughan James Vaughan ... Desk Sergeant
John Gordon Sinclair ... David Hanson
Lisa Kay ... Cheryl
Jason Thorpe ... Chris Mortimer
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UK

Language:

English

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30 September 2001 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Dead See more »

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A fantastic film that rightly deserves a cinematic release!
1 October 2001 | by standish77See all my reviews

Now known as Goodbye Mr Steadman, this brilliantly written Black comedy is a pure comical masterpiece. Lovingly shot, with incredible detail the film tells the story of History teacher Mr Steadman who returns from his summer vacation in the isolated Scottish Highlands to find that all his database records have been erased and that he is technically deceased. What then involves is Steadman's long road to recovery and the task in trapping the culprits behind the scam. Although very funny, the film is also very moving and incredibly dark (cue the frosted window scenes of the tramp and the hand rising from the Thames). The acting all round is top notch and the relationship between the two leads is both realistic and warming. A fantastic film, that rightly deserves a cinematic release!


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