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WIll suit a certain sense of humour. Definitely marmite!
I have seen what other people have written, and I make no apologies - I wet myself laughing through this mockumentary. It was hysterical. The dialogue was excellent! OK the story was an absolute p1ss-take at the British film industry and the 'luvvies' that are littered in it, but I was still laughing out loud throughout.
There are several familiar faces in the cast who were basically there to have a laugh. Steven Berkoff in the Old Peoples' Home was one of them. Add Phil Davis, Shaun Pertwee, Danny Dyer, Rik Mayall and Craig Fairbrass to the mix and you know that they didn't take the project seriously. It was out-and-out fun for them.
If you get a chance to watch it, do so but don't expect Schindler's List. It is a basic, but laugh out loud funny parody of a film-makers documentary.
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