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Flirting with Flamenco (2006)

When Sylvia's well-meaning dad (Watt) surprises her with a devastating revelation, Sylvia's world is turned upside down. But will she crumble or prove herself at the local flamenco contest?... See full summary »

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Jim Doyle
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Cast

Credited cast:
Holly Davidson ... Sylvia
Jeremy Edwards ... Bowker
Elize du Toit ... Karen
Tom Watt Tom Watt ... Martin
Ania Sowinski ... Julie
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
David Auckland David Auckland ... Call centre worker
Chris Bell Chris Bell ... Policeman
Jack Burns Jack Burns ... Jack
Jake Canuso ... Pablo
Charlie Condou ... Warren
Nick Donovan Nick Donovan ... Policemen 1
Suzanne Goldberg Suzanne Goldberg ... Flamenco Dancer
Lauren Goldsmith Lauren Goldsmith ... Flamenco Dancer
Piero Grandinetti ... CID Officer
Steve Kingett Steve Kingett ... Call centre worker
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When Sylvia's well-meaning dad (Watt) surprises her with a devastating revelation, Sylvia's world is turned upside down. But will she crumble or prove herself at the local flamenco contest? An uplifting feel-good Brit comedy drama, Flirting with Flamenco will have you laughing, crying and feeling empowered to turn your life around. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

October 2006 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

În pas de flamenco See more »

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Flirting, unsuccessfully, With Success
1 November 2009 | by bml84See all my reviews

This is one of those curious little films: nice plotting, engaging characters, good performances, quirky humour and pleasant atmosphere.

And Yet, it doesn't quite work.

There's nothing actually wrong with any of it. But somehow the whole is less than the sum of the parts. A pleasant time passer. But somehow it manages to feel more like a very good afternoon play. In a way it missed its mark by going to cinema as I think it would have found a welcome home in the TV schedules. It feels like an appropriate production for Christmas, like the Emma Watson 'Ballet Shoes' piece.

Well worth watching if you enjoyed fare like 'Gregorys Girl'.

In passing, Holly is excellent. A very attractive, rather intense girl missed from our TV schedules after good performances in 'The Bill' and 'Casualty' she needs a break into a big time vehicle.

Sadly, this isn't it.


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