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Young medical professional couple set out to prove that gender is not a factor in the ability to do a job well. Hilarity ensues as they swap jobs, clothes, and gender, in order to see what life is like from a different perspective.

Director:

David Evans

Writer:

Tim Loane
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sarah Parish ... Dr. Charlotte Woods
Marc Warren ... Dr. Chris Singleton
Nicholas Farrell ... Edward Leitch
Claudia Harrison ... Judith Hobart
Jeremy Swift ... Owen Doherty
Anthony Head ... Mr. Andrew Barton
Indira Varma ... Kathy Irwin
Michael Cochrane ... Derek Barry
Bryony Hannah ... Female Student
Adam James ... Dr. Glen Morrow
Mary Cunningham Mary Cunningham ... Hospital Receptionist
Paul Tadman Paul Tadman ... Hospital Porter
Corrina Preece Corrina Preece ... Maria Hughes
Caroline Strong ... Emma Jones
Kirsten Hughes Kirsten Hughes ... Cynthia Barton
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Young medical professional couple set out to prove that gender is not a factor in the ability to do a job well. Hilarity ensues as they swap jobs, clothes, and gender, in order to see what life is like from a different perspective.

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Genres:

Drama | Comedy | Romance

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 November 2003 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Fora de Padrão See more »

Company Credits

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Box TV,Windmill Productions See more »
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Color
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Dr. Charlotte Woods: Being a Doctor is the hardest job known to man - if you're a woman!
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I really enjoyed this!
26 March 2004 | by Andrea_LouiseSee all my reviews

First of all, i have to be honest. I absolutely love Marc Warren anyway and will watch anything that he is in. But this was highly enjoyable light entertainment that has been missing from the TV. everything is so serious these days that it seems like everyone have lost their sense of humour and this just brought some of it back. All actors involved were good. Marc Warren's brilliant charm, wit and versatility shone through (as always). Sarah Parish showed that she could be funny and was very good. And it was nice to see Anthony Head in an almost villain-type role post Giles in Buffy. I really hope someone releases this on DVD or maybe just show a repeat on the telly. I, for one, would love to see this again.


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