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Mischief Night (2006)

About two families (one white, one Asian) who come together unexpectedly on a local night of carnival trickery and festivity.

Director:

Penny Woolcock

Writer:

Penny Woolcock
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kelli Hollis Kelli Hollis ... Tina Crabtree
James Foster James Foster ... Kev Crabtree
Michael Taylor Michael Taylor ... Tyler Crabtree
Holly Kenny Holly Kenny ... Kimberley Crabtree
Jake Hayward Jake Hayward ... Macauley Crabtree
Ramon Tikaram ... Immie Khan (as Ramon Tickaram)
Qasim Akhtar Qasim Akhtar ... Asif Khan
Sarah Byrne Sarah Byrne ... Sarina Khan
Shobu Kapoor ... Mrs Khan
Harmage Singh Kalirai ... Mr Khan
Shaida Chaudhury Shaida Chaudhury ... Nafisa Khan
Arfan Nazir Arfan Nazir ... Mohammed Khan
Hamayoun Al-Rashid Hamayoun Al-Rashid ... Kamal Khan (as Humyoon Al Rashid)
H. Abdul Islam H. Abdul Islam ... Grandpa Khan
Mrs. Ali Mrs. Ali ... Grandma Khan (as Mrs Ali)
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About two families (one white, one Asian) who come together unexpectedly on a local night of carnival trickery and festivity.

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis

Genres:

Comedy | Drama | Family

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 November 2006 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Нощта на палавниците See more »

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Color
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Quotes

Ollie: Isn't she a smack addict?
Macauley: Yeah
Clay: My mum's a smack addict
Zak: My mum's a dinner lady
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Connections

Follows Tina Goes Shopping (1999) See more »

Soundtracks

DesiRock
Performed by Swami
Written by Diamond Duggal & Casey Rain (as S-Endz)
Courtesy of DesiRock/Cigale Entertainment
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Weak, rushed and just one funny scene
4 November 2006 | by iliasjohnSee all my reviews

The only mischief here is the filmmaker asking Joe Public to waste an evening watching a truly awful movie.

The films main plot is based in the day's leading up to 'Miscief Night'. (If some one out there understands what this is apart from a sorry event conjured up to give the film a title, please let me know as I am still none the wiser).

You are taken on a rushed 'meet the characters' trip around a heroin infested estate that the director is trying but failing to glorify and make funny. The characters lack depth and personality and are impossible to connect with.

You will leave the cinema feeling robbed of an evening and wonder if maybe there is something that you could have done to make the film make any more sense. The answer to that is NO.


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