Imagine the devil isn't so bad after all. He is just like you and me. Well, not quite like you and me, but perhaps a little misunderstood. He is sick of the bad press he gets. He wants a ...
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Imagine the devil isn't so bad after all. He is just like you and me. Well, not quite like you and me, but perhaps a little misunderstood. He is sick of the bad press he gets. He wants a makeover, a re-branding. He wants to be cool. And who better to help him than one of the top PR executives in the industry. The only problem is he's not dead, yet. Welcome to the weird and mysterious world of Mr Firecul. A world where rules can be broken, deals can be struck and the dead can live on. But above all, where image is everything.Written by
I disagree with the previous user. I just watched it and found Mr Firecul was an enjoyable little short.
The script was tight, the camera shots good and it was well-paced. OK so the lead actor wasn't great. However Ginola and the other actors more than made up for Michael Brown's shortcomings. Given the amount of rubbish that comes out on large and small screen these days, I would say it was of a far higher quality than most of the dross produced in the UK and overall a good piece of mini cinema... To be honest I thought casting David Ginola in that particular role was inspired.... dodgy British accent though
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