R | | Comedy, Drama
A waitress, her cook husband, & their twin daughters ponder their lives over a few weeks in a working-class suburb north of London.
24 January 2003 | Andy Fennessy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
9 | "Aubrey's in a coma, he doesn't want any chips!"
A superb example of Mike Leigh's directing method - working with his actors, many of them regulars, making up most of ...
Aubrey's bizarre recipes were devised by Mike Leigh and Timothy Spall over the course of an evening, and then checked for plausibility with a professional chef, who advised them about which ones were technically impossible to prepare; all the ones that appear in the film ... ...
Well, I wouldn't fancy bringing one up on me own.
Nicola: It's better to be on your own than be with a bastard.
Natalie: Well, presumably you wouldn't *choose* a bastard in the first place if you had any sense!
Nicola: All men are bastards!
Nicola: They're all potential ...
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