R | | Comedy, Crime
A small-town English widow, facing financial troubles after her husband's suicide, turns to agriculture of an illegal kind.
When Dr. Bamford (Martin Clunes) and two townsmen witness the extreme phosphorescent lighting at Grace's (Brenda Blethyn) hothouse, the two townsmen want to call the local police and the RAF, for fear about Grace's well-being. Dr. Bamford ... ...
I like it here, it's so peaceful and quiet.
Vicar Gerald Percy: If you think this is quiet, you should see Evensong.
The level of Grace's wine when she's talking to her late husband's lover. It goes from half to almost full as the camera switches from a side to a behind view. Also, when the wine is poured, the bottle is not tipped up long enough and it doesn't make a long enough pouring sound to put that much wine in the glass.
In the opening credits, the movie title appears and then turns to smoke & blows away while you hear someone exhale.
£402,915 (UK) (21 May 2000)
$12,115,757 (USA) (15 October 2000)
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