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End Day (2005)

Not Rated | | Drama, Thriller | TV Movie 21 April 2005
An exploration into the various ways in which, within the circumstances of one day, civilisation could be brought to an abrupt end..

Director:

Gareth Edwards

Writer:

Gareth Edwards
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Cast

Credited cast:
Bill McGuire Bill McGuire ... Self - Benfield Greig Hazard Research Centre, UCL (as Prof. Bill McGuire)
Jay Melosh Jay Melosh ... Self - University of Arizona Lunar & Planetary Laboratory (as Prof. Jay Melosh)
John Oxford John Oxford ... Self - University of London (as Prof. John Oxford)
Frank Close Frank Close ... Self - Oxford University (as Prof. Frank Close)
Brian Cox ... Self - Manchester University (as Dr. Brian Cox)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Andrews Robert Andrews ... Dead Man
Glenn Conroy Glenn Conroy ... Dr. Howell
Craig Court Craig Court ... Scientist
Allan Edwards Allan Edwards ... German Dad (as Allan Edwards)
Yvonne Edwards Yvonne Edwards ... German Mum
Zoe Elliott Zoe Elliott ... Virus Woman
Steven Gomez ... Coastguard
David Riley David Riley ... Newsreader (voice)
Alun Taylor Alun Taylor ... Pilot
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An exploration into the various ways in which, within the circumstances of one day, civilisation could be brought to an abrupt end..

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Drama | Thriller

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Not Rated
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Trivia

As the taxi pulls away from the hotel at the start of the second scenario, a movie theatre can be seen across the road with the sign over the entrance reading "Now Showing Groundhog Day" an obvious reference between the similarities to the storyline of Groundhog Day (1993) and the docudrama's filming style. See more »

Goofs

Many of the news segments are broadcast on BBC3. BBC3 starts broadcasting at 19:00 and the only news it carries is the "60 Seconds" strand between programmes. See more »

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Worst thing Ive seen in a long time, especially from BBC
20 May 2019 | by zhdcndmrSee all my reviews

What the hell is wrong with people releasing something like this, I just need to point out one thing. A meteorite is falling behind a kid and the kid is just watching it from a train leaving the city like nothing is happening. Its not about acting, reaction of people are so unbelievable unreal that it makes this thing even more terrible then it is. A tsunami higher then most buildings in Manhattan sweeps down the streets and a guy in a car just watches it and is like wooow thats big.


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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 April 2005 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

BBC: Конец света See more »

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