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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Susannah Harker ... Paris
Andrew Lincoln ... Sam
Shaun Parkes ... Zeke
Andrew Rajan Andrew Rajan ... Baggy
Paula O'Grady Paula O'Grady ... Alison
Marion Bailey ... Mentor / False Mentor
Michael Cochrane ... Mentor
Sophie Dix ... Mandy
Sean Gallagher ... Clive
Jesse Hopkins Jesse Hopkins ... Young Sam
Rachael Angol Rachael Angol ... Baggy's daughter
Louise Delamere ... Lady in pub
Sarah Coomes ... Sam's snogger
Jack Davenport ... Rory
Stephen Mangan ... Fergus
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Romance never dies.

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Official Sites:

Pants Productions

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 April 2002 (UK) See more »

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Pants Productions Ltd. See more »
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1.85 : 1
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good low budget
8 February 2006 | by l_lavaSee all my reviews

all these people slagging off a good film. most of the journalists don't appear to have even seen it.

i saw it run at the Prince Charles.. and i could swear the place was lots more than half full so i don't know where 89pounds comes from. he got a good bunch of actors before they became famous I think.. Lincon hadn't done Love Actually and Davenport hadn't done Pirates.

I thought the film was good. it was obviously very low budget, but so what? the performances are top notch and me and my boyfriend were in hysterics over the squirrel scenes. its so refreshing to see a film with English humour and not the glossy rubbish Hollywood fare.. something a little rough around the edges but with so much charm. it looked like they were enjoying themselves making it and that comes across a lot in the film. also the story is original. i say good luck to Rajan and i hope he gets to make more films.


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