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Hwerow Hweg (2002)

| Drama, Romance | 2002 (UK)
Newly released from prison, Jack searches in vengeance for the girl who put him there.

Director:

Antal Kovacs

Writer:

Antal Kovacs
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Cast

Cast overview:
Robert Williams Robert Williams ... Jack
Philip Jacobs Philip Jacobs ... Magnus
Soozie Tinn Soozie Tinn ... Iris
Helen Rule ... Becky
Johanna Graham Johanna Graham ... Sarah
Laurens C. Postma Laurens C. Postma ... Paul
Giles King Giles King ... Frank, the tattoo man
Dominic Knutton Dominic Knutton ... Jimmy Fisher
Bec Applebee Bec Applebee ... Becky Roberts (Wrong Becky)
Tim Beattie Tim Beattie ... Sergeant Pascoe
Lucy Fontaine Lucy Fontaine ... Jack's Mother
Mike Sagar Fenton Mike Sagar Fenton ... Jack's Stepfather
Pol Hodge Pol Hodge ... Undercover cop #1
Jenny Martin Jenny Martin ... Iris's Assistant
David Shaw David Shaw ... Old Man
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Storyline

After being released from prison Jack searches in vengeance for the girl who put him there. But the two troubled teenagers emotions are in conflict and though in fear for her life, Becky can't let go. Jack eventually catches up with her and has a change of heart. But is Becky being honest toward him about her feelings or is she really the deceitful, spiteful young girl he always knew she was? Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Drama | Romance

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Country:

UK

Language:

Cornish

Release Date:

2002 (UK) See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

£500,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

West-Coast Productions See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby SR

Color:

Color
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Trivia

In the original draft the end involved a long car chase with Jack eventually catching up with Becky on a beach, raping and murdering her, then driving his car back to his bedsit where he had built a secret shrine. Unfortunately due to budget and other problems with censorship the final scene was completely re written. Instead a scene having Jack attacking Becky was added in the middle to help with the explanation of Becky's hatred for Jack. See more »

Alternate Versions

Also filmed in the native language to Cornwall, undubbed. See more »

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Seen it, Met the Man, wish I could be positive...
29 August 2003 | by motholdSee all my reviews

I have seen the English spoken version of Hwerow Hweg, otherwise known as Bitter Sweet. Unfortunately I was rather disappointed. I found the acting rather poor, the music annoying, the script lifeless and story confusing. However there are some good shoots and Antal has made good use of the local areas. I wish I could be more positive about this film as having being taught by him for a few works on screenwriting, you discover the man has, as he likes to call it 'fire in your belly'. Hope his future work has more promise, good luck Antal.


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