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What's Your Name 41? (2005)

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Reknowned artist, Sam Clarke, is commissioned to create a sculpture for a rich,dying client. In order to find inspiration Sam leaves London for Venice where he sets about creating his ... See full summary »

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Marcel Grant

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Marcel Grant
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Cast overview:
Con O'Neill ... Sam Clarke
Ann Mitchell ... Joanna Castelloe
Peter Straker Peter Straker ... Lou Kaminesta
Bhasker Patel ... Ho Yi
Julie Healy Julie Healy ... Sophia
Linette Beaumont ... Natalia
Danielle Lydon Danielle Lydon ... Tina
Wendy Leavesly Wendy Leavesly ... Vera Kaminesta
Christopher Kelham Christopher Kelham ... Carlos Santini
James Walters James Walters ... Cafe Owner
Santa Santa ... Maid
Richard Alan Reid ... Leo (as Richard Reid)
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Reknowned artist, Sam Clarke, is commissioned to create a sculpture for a rich,dying client. In order to find inspiration Sam leaves London for Venice where he sets about creating his masterpiece. It is a journey of self discovery that forces Sam to face some awkward truths..... Written by Anonymous

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Drama

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UK

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English

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5 October 2005 (UK) See more »

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London, England, UK See more »

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£50,000 (estimated)
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Dancing Brave Picture See more »
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Dolby

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1.85 : 1
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Nice piece of work
29 December 2006 | by david-carruthersSee all my reviews

Beautifully shot on 35mm b/w filmstock in London and Venice. Slightly creaky storyline which manages to keep the viewer hooked, some of the characters a little wooden 'superficial), including the - lead who works hard but doesn't quite succeed in being likable. Somewhat heavy-handed 'surprise' at the end. Overall, rather good, despite its faults. Not sure I'd pay for a DVD of it, but I followed it with some interest and would be curious to see the photography in detail on a big screen projection (I watched it streamed - with bad sync - on the internet). A creditable effort. It would be interesting to see this director work with more time to develop his characters and storyline. His aesthetic values are above reproach.


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