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Solid Geometry (2002)

Solid Geometry is about Phil whose life is changed when he receives 41 volumes of his great grandfather's diaries. The diaries becomes an obsession and alienates himself away from his wife ... See full summary »

Director:

Denis Lawson

Writers:

Denis Lawson, Ian McEwan (short story)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Ewan McGregor ... Phil
Ruth Millar Ruth Millar ... Maisie
Peter Capaldi ... David Hunter
Jonathan Watson ... Patrick Murray
John Murtagh John Murtagh ... Dr. Vosse
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Angela Darcy Angela Darcy ... Phil's Friend
James Lyon ... Sound Engineer
Beth Marshall Beth Marshall ... Phil's Friend
Frank Miller Frank Miller ... Actor
Stuart Wilkinson Stuart Wilkinson ... Phil's Friend
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Solid Geometry is about Phil whose life is changed when he receives 41 volumes of his great grandfather's diaries. The diaries becomes an obsession and alienates himself away from his wife Maisie. In the diaries, Phil comes across "the plane without a surface," a geometrical figure that operates as a one-way ticket to another dimension. He creates the figure and tests it on Maisie. Written by Helen Yates

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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 November 2002 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Solid Geometry See more »

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Ewan McGreggor has worked with two Doctors: Christopher Eccleston in Shallow Graves (1994) and Peter Capaldi in Solid Gemoetry (2002). Eccleston played the Ninth Doctor on Doctor Who (2005-) in its first season and Capaldi played the Twelfth Doctor on Doctor Who (2005-) in season 8-10. See more »

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worth watching
26 May 2004 | by FlorenceLawrenceSee all my reviews

After watching "Solid Geometry" I was left staring at the screen for a bit, stunned, it's a good idea to watch this with friends so you can discuss it.

It's not so complex and intricate as something like 'Mullholland Drive', but it has a taste of that.

Ewan Mcgregor fans will love it, as it has the thought provoking style of much of his work, and great directing by his uncle Denis Lawson.

Definitely worth watching, even though at 30 minutes it does feel unfinished, unexpanded, almost like a taster for a bigger project, almost like a vehicle to attract funding in order to make a full feature.


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