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Skip to the End (2004)

| Documentary | Video 2004
Documentary about the making of 'Spaced (1999)', which features interviews from Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Jessica Hynes, along with most of the cast. The three also return to various shooting locations and reflect on their experiences.

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Dan Mudford
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Cast

Credited cast:
Lucy Akhurst ... Herself
Bill Bailey ... Himself
Katy Carmichael ... Herself
Julia Deakin Julia Deakin ... Herself
Aida the Dog Aida the Dog ... Herself
Kevin Eldon ... Himself
Nick Frost ... Himself
Mark Gatiss ... Himself
Mark Heap ... Himself
Jessica Hynes ... Herself / Daisy (as Jessica Stevenson)
Paul Kaye ... Himself
Matt Lucas ... Mash (archive footage)
Simon Pegg ... Himself / Tim
Eli Roth ... Himself
Peter Serafinowicz ... Himself
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Documentary about the making of 'Spaced (1999)', which features interviews from Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Jessica Hynes, along with most of the cast. The three also return to various shooting locations and reflect on their experiences.

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English

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2004 (UK) See more »

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The last part of the documentary shows where Tim and Daisy are now. See more »

Quotes

Interviewer: So can you paint?
Mark Heap: No! I can fall off chairs and things. See, look.
[falls off chair]
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The credits roll over a panning shot of 23 Meteor Street. In the last shot, Edgar Wright runs past, waving and smiling. See more »

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References Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999) See more »

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Like checking up on old friends...
22 July 2006 | by navyliciousSee all my reviews

This retrospective of the cast and crew of Spaced is, of course, like any other documentary of it's kind, but it's also kind of like checking up on old pals and what they're doing now.

It includes some scenes and sketches featuring the players before they were spaced, as well as discussions on what would happen on a 3rd series and why it hasn't happened. Overall, it's quite enjoyable, but only if you're really into the show. If not, you'd probably find it as enjoyable as being a Star Wars fan at a Star Trek convention.

There are quite a few amusing scenes, however of outtakes and various other 'extented scenes' that were cut (for time or content, it's unknown), and is almost worth watching for these moments alone.

So if you've got 2 hours and have seen the series, this is a great way to see it from a different perspective. If you're not a fan or haven't seen the series, I'd recommend starting from square one with series 1, episode 1.


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