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My Wrongs 8245-8249 and 117 (2002)

Disaster after disaster, an already frail man descends into madness after his talking dog announces that he is actually his defence lawyer.

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Miranda Pleasence ...
Imogen / Mum (as Miranda Pleasance)
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Father in Church
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Father in Park
Christopher Ettridge ...
Bus Conductor
Hayley Bird ...
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Eve Darby MacLennan ...
Girl in Church
Geoffrey Beevers ...
Cleric
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Gerbil (voice)
Ged Day ...
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Tom Panton ...
Dog Warden
Michelle Hebbron ...
Family in Park
Isabel Mitchell ...
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Samuel Mitchell ...
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Adapted from a monologue in his "Blue Jam" radio series, Chris Morris' first short film is a haunting black comedy about a man who no longer uses his name because he's decided he's ceased to deserve one, and a dog called Rothko who says he is the man's lawyer. As reality bleeds into hallucination, Rothko decides to take the man for a walk... Written by James Wilkinson <wilko_3000@yahoo.com>

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Rothko: You'd better apologise for what you're about to do.
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The Nights Are Cold
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25 September 2007 | by See all my reviews

If Jam suddenly squatted down and did a massive turd My Wrongs would be the result.

Awful awful piece of film. It just had NO reason to exist. No story, no characterisation and most importantly no jokes. Paddy Considine is normally a great actor but he just wasn't on form here. Morrises voice talents were wasted. The only ray of hope was a brief (and wasted) vocal cameo from Phil Cornwell.

This was billed as comedy but it was just completely devoid of ANY humour. Go on My Wrong fans, tell me your favourite moment?

This from the man who brought us Brass Eye.


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