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|Ian Hart||Second Cab Driver|
|John Thomson||First Cab Driver|
|Sarah Scott Davis||Salsa club dancer|
|Sarah Davis||Salsa club dancer|
|Dave Kane||Director, Screenwriter|
|Sarah Greenwood||Production Designer|
|Alistair MacLean-Clark||Executive Producer|
|David Reid||Asst. Director|
|Dan Rose||Musical Direction/Supervision|
|Simon Boswell||Score Composer|
|Jill Taylor||Costumes/Costume Designer|
|David M. Thompson||Executive Producer|
|Stuart Wilson||Sound/Sound Designer|
Posted October 1, 2010
This little film creates for us a window into the lives of some modern English city folk. The social laboratory in which these characters transform from lost to found is a little dance club. The club is small and modest, but the changes that take place there are big and wonderful. All the characters are affected in their unique ways, and the fun is in going through the transformations with them. The actors are wonderful. Craig Ferguson is sweetly awkward and sexy and ultimately triumphant in his quest for love. This is not a "big" film, but a quiet little gem.
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Posted June 9, 2010
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