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One Day Removals (2008)

Andy and Ronnie are just ordinary removal men, nothing exciting ever happens in their day. Today will change that: one day that they will never forget.

Director:

Mark Stirton

Writer:

Mark Stirton
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Patrick Wight Patrick Wight ... Andy
Scott Ironside Scott Ironside ... Ronnie
Mike Mitchell ... Police Inspector
Emily Robertson Emily Robertson ... Claire
Susan Robertson Susan Robertson ... Linda
Graham Robertson Graham Robertson ... The Drunk
Michael Grant Clark Michael Grant Clark ... The Hiker
Mark Wyness Mark Wyness ... The Painter
George LaMond George LaMond ... The Old Man
Kerwin Robertson Kerwin Robertson ... The Fisherman
Steve Campbell Steve Campbell ... The Policeman (as Steve Tomas)
Ully Kritzler Ully Kritzler ... Stevie Gray
Alistair Ritchie Alistair Ritchie ... Kenny
Neil Simpson Neil Simpson ... The Farmer
Richard Ironside Richard Ironside ... The Farmer's Son
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Storyline

Andy and Ronnie are removal men. Andy owns the van and Ronnie lifts the heavy stuff. They have been doing this job for several years and nothing interesting has ever happened. That is, until the events of 'One Day Removals' start to unfold. Follow the adventures of two unremarkable Scottish men who are forced to deal with events of a quite extraordinary nature. Events that will take them into parts of Scotland seldom seen. Events of a very dark kind. It just takes one bad day to change everything, and no-one is safe. In a case that will rock the very foundations of the Scottish legal system, Andy Watt is telling the truth - but no living soul will ever believe him. Written by Michael Clark

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Taglines:

It's one bloody thing after another

Genres:

Comedy

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Details

Official Sites:

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Country:

UK

Language:

Scots | English

Release Date:

11 October 2008 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Faceci od przeprowadzek See more »

Filming Locations:

Aberdeen City, Scotland, UK

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Budget:

£60,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

Mark's brother plays a prisoner, and Mark himself has a cameo role as one of the police listeners. See more »

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Superb film
5 January 2009 | by billystephen2002See all my reviews

I spotted this film being discussed on an Aberdeen football message board and clicked on the links to you-tube for the preview of the film. As soon as this film was released on DVD i decided i must buy it and i was not disappointed.

This film is possibly one of the funniest i have ever seen, it is good for a local lad like myself as very few Scottish films feature our native Doric accent, which in my opinion makes the film what it is. The story line is simple yet well told and you just don't know whats going to happen next.

A must have for any Aberdonian or folk with an interest in Scottish comedy. The sooner this film is previewed in cinemas the better.


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