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Impatient Patient Disorder (2016)

" A luxurious school of medicine endures the antics of a disorderly orderly and a delusional illusionist, mentally hilarious!"


Renato Pires, Antony Meadley (co-director)


Mia Carey (script), Renato Pires (script) | 1 more credit »




Credited cast:
Greg Draven Greg Draven ... Detective Benjamin
Elliott Francis ... Special Agent Dover
Steve Doyle ... Businessman
Amanda Smith Amanda Smith ... Bad hair patient
John Carr ... Mr. Peters the neighbour
Steve Hewlett Steve Hewlett ... Magic Martin
Renato Pires ... Jack Goode
Pat Garrett Pat Garrett ... Dr.Holtz
Richard Arthur Baker Richard Arthur Baker ... The Dean
Joao Pedro Silva Joao Pedro Silva ... Baby Jack
Pedro Nobrega Pedro Nobrega ... Businessmen
Caitlyn Haselgrove Caitlyn Haselgrove ... Businesswoman
Agostinho Franca Agostinho Franca ... Pedestrian worker
Paulo Casper Paulo Casper ... Patient
Catarina Brites Catarina Brites ... Julie Barns


Jack Goode is a young student at the CSM Central School of Medecine whom aspires to follow in his prestigious fathers footsteps and become a Doctor. Jack suffers from psychosomatic disorders and his best chance of getting his mental state back on track is to be treated by the psychiatrist, DR.Pearce Stephens who clandestinely believes himself to be Dean Martin. Written by Renato Pires

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" A luxurious school of medicine endures the antics of a disorderly orderly and a delusional illusionist, mentally hilarious!"


Comedy | Romance



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Release Date:

8 July 2016 (UK) See more »

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Acting Moon Events See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Continuous laughter!
19 August 2016 | by C R KrishnanSee all my reviews

This young man, Renato Pires is a multi talented guy and his acting and co-direction in this film, are both memorable. What I liked most was the sadness at the base of it all where the hero is subjected to all kinds of unkindness by the authorities at the hospital. However this is all done in a funny way and the scene with the skeleton was especially hilarious. Both Renato and Richard Arthur Baker were really good and their performances stood out. I laughed all the way through the film along with the audiences. In some parts the sound is a bit high pitched, but then the film is premiered in an old theatre, and the acoustics is more suitable for live performances in this venue. I am looking forward to the next production, from this team!

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