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Catherine St.John-Burke is an independent, uptight, status obsessed, sophisticated, British woman, living alone in London's Chelsea, and doing herself no favors by having an affair with a... See more »

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Al Ashton ...
Reggie
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Jack
Maria Charles ...
Ethel
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Party Guest
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Shirley
Isabelle Defaut ...
Catherine
Fred Denno ...
Porter
Robert Faith ...
Kevin
Jon Gadsby ...
Ronnie
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Sir Crawford
Gillian Hawser ...
Catherine's Mum
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P-Party Barman
Rory MacGregor ...
Paul
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Martin
Anthony Palmer ...
Bouncer
Jacquee Storozynski-Toll ...
Clubber
Anna Swift ...
Nosey Neighbour
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Lady Harrington
Ian Wootton ...
Policeman #1

Directed by

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Richard Wellings-Thomas

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Emily Corcoran ... (writer)

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Robert Bell ... executive producer
Emily Corcoran ... producer
Merryn Corcoran ... executive producer
Tara Dean ... associate producer
Dominique Devoucoux ... executive producer
Karim Elkholy ... associate producer
Colin Charles Fenn ... associate producer
Ciaran Fox ... co-producer
Tim Hart ... producer
Olivier Lauchenauer ... executive producer
Andrew Rennie ... executive producer
A. Sirokh A ... line producer / producer
Jean-Michel Steiger ... associate producer
Robert Stein-Rostaing ... associate producer

Music by

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Paul Lawler

Cinematography by

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John Chrisstoffels
Nathan Sheppard

Film Editing by

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Sean Barton
James Westcott

Casting By

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Gillian Hawser

Production Design by

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Nicola Dietmann

Art Direction by

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Jodie Stack

Costume Design by

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Nikki Dye
Tess Kurzeme

Makeup Department

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Elizabeth O'Sullivan ... makeup artist
Anna Wilson-Soppitt ... makeup department head

Production Management

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Nisan Akhondzadeh ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jordan Kotras ... first assistant director
Rachel Springett ... third assistant director

Sound Department

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Howard Bevan ... sound recordist
Valerio Cerini ... foley recordist
Chris Coupland ... boom operator
Juan Manuel Delfin ... sound editor
Dominique Devoucoux ... director of sound services
Mustafa Durma ... sound effects editor
Sue Harding ... foley artist
Leigh Humberdross ... assistant adr editor
Juliet Plumptre ... boom operator
Naiki Rossell ... adr editor
Paul Sheeky ... sound recordist
David Sohanpal ... sound recordist
Vanesa Lorena Tate ... sound designer / supervising sound editor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Tom Colbeck ... assistant camera
John Edwards ... electrician
Edward A. Lee ... gaffer (as Edward Lee)
Jay Read ... assistant camera
Andy Rennie ... gaffer
Buddy Rennie ... lighting technician
Guy Routledge ... camera operator
Chris Smailes ... gaffer

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Alan Bowler ... catering assistant
Victoria Mackworth ... script supervisor
Cath Palmer ... production assistant
James Parish ... runner
Michael Weekes ... production assistant

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Plot Summary

Catherine St.John-Burke is an independent, uptight, status obsessed, sophisticated, British woman, living alone in London's Chelsea, and doing herself no favors by having an affair with a married man. Her world is turned upside down when she comes home one day to discover an uneducated, Kiwi woman (with very hairy legs) drinking beer in her living room. Shirley Zachary claims to be Catherine's long lost half-sister and that their father, who Catherine thought died when she was a child, is still alive and trying to make claims on both of their properties following the death of their mothers! Furious and frustrated with Shirley's refusal to 'disappear', Shirley reluctantly agrees to undertake a DNA test, and to Catherine's horror, the results concludes that they are indeed related. Both girls agree to work together and track down their 'con-man trapped in the 70s' father in order to get the rightful ownership of their inheritance. Of course, hiding from the local Mob, Jack is not an easy man to find but they begin by following a man called 'Sir Crawford' with hilarious consequences! Written by Robert Stein-Rostaing

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Also Known As
  • Sisterhood (United Kingdom)
Runtime
  • 90 min
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Budget GBP75,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United Kingdom GBP3,000, 18 Oct 2008

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