Going Postal

Going Postal

Director: Jon Jones Cast: Richard Coyle, David Suchet, Andrew Sachs
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Going Postal

As a three-hour miniseries (adapted from Terry Pratchetts novel of the same name) that originally aired on Britain's Sky One television, Going Postal (2010) unfolds in the fictional land of Ankh-Morpork. Standing center stage is Moist von Lipwig (Richard Coyle), a master con artist who spends his days devising elaborate scams to fleece locals. The law finally catches up with Moist in the form of Lord Vetinari (Charles Dance), who offers the criminal an odd ultimatum: he can either take over the derelict post office, or die a long and painful death. Moist chooses the former, and is soon put in charge of thousands upon thousands of undelivered letters and packages. He must also contend with a nutty staff and the doings of Reacher Gilt (David Suchet), a crooked businessman hell-bent on destroying his competitors. Also present is Adora Dearheart (Claire Foy), an ice water-veined woman for whom Moist falls.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/20/2011
UPC: 0054961864096
Original Release: 2010
Source: Acorn Media
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time: 3:05:00
Sales rank: 12,396

Special Features

Terry Pratchett Video Introduction (5 Min.); Director Jon Jones Audio Commentary; and Bonus Disc (62 Min.) with Cast, Crew, and Fan Interviews; Deleted Scenes; Blooper Reel; and Image Galleries

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Richard Coyle Moist Von Lipwig
David Suchet Reacher Gilt
Andrew Sachs Mr. Groat
Claire Foy Adora Belle Dearheart
Charles Dance Lord Vetinari
Ian Bonar Stanley
Steve Pemberton Drumknott
Timothy West Actor
Paul Barber Actor
John Henshaw Actor
Don Warrington Actor
Terry Pratchett Actor

Technical Credits
Jon Jones Director
Rod Brown Executive Producer
Sarah Conroy Executive Producer
Sue De Beauvoir Producer
Bev Doyle Screenwriter
Ricky Eyres Production Designer
Gavin Finney Cinematographer
Charlotte Holdich Costumes/Costume Designer
Vadim Jean Executive Producer
Huw Kennair-Jones Executive Producer
Richard Kurti Screenwriter
Leslie Lamont-Fisher Makeup
John Lunn Score Composer
Alex Mackie Editor
Ian Sharples Executive Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Going Postal/Plus Bonus
1. Pay Or Die [10:38]
2. A New Postmaster [9:14]
3. Meeting the Staff [8:44]
4. Around Town [9:15]
5. Golem Trust [7:09]
6. Stamps [12:46]
7. Open for Business [6:42]
8. Express Mail [8:35]
9. There Goes Credit! [7:54]
10. Letters Do Not Kill [11:06]
1. Loose Ends [10:48]
2. Clacks vs. Post [10:11]
3. Divine Intervention [13:04]
4. Cracking the Code [10:05]
5. Jammed [10:21]
6. The Greatest Race! [9:13]
7. The Plan [12:50]
8. Many Last Words [5:07]
9. Corporate Merger [3:36]

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Going Postal 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"Going Postal" is a fantasy film that is based on the novel of the same name and written by Terry Pratchett. The movie centers around a shrewd but conniving conman named Moist Lipwig who does not realize how his actions affect other people until life circumstances force him to change. Lipwig's conscience grows even more strongly when he meets and falls in love with Adora Belle Dearheart. Lipwig meets Adora Dearheart after he is given a mandatory assignment to work at the post office. Terry Pratchett plays a role in the film and the following actors/actresses are also featured in "Going Postal": Richard Coyle, David Suchet, Charles Dance,Claire Foy, Nicholas Farrell, Marnix, Broeke,Jimmy Yuill,Steve Pemberton, Andrew Sachs, Tamsin Greig, Ingrid Berdal, Adrian Schiller, Ian Bonar, Madhav Sharma, and Timothy West.The only caveat that was pointed out to me had to do with character personalities featured in the film compared to what was in the book. For instance,my husband watched the film with me out of curiosity and because he read the "Going Postal" book. He explained to me that the characters of Adora and Lipwig were actually portrayed much more self-confidently in the book than the film. Aside from that caveat, "Going Postal" is a quirky and adventurous film.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Was a great adaptation of Terry Pratchett's book in Discworld. This was the first film adaptation that I felt actually put us in Anhkmorpork.
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