R | | Comedy
Director Michael Winterbottom (Northam) attempts to shoot the adaptation of Laurence Sterne's essentially unfilmable novel, "The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman."
26 January 2006 | Delly (email@example.com)
9 | Is it possible to have a hot streak with a Winterbottom?
A film so post-post-postmodern that Steve Coogan steps out of the screen and hits on your girlfriend in the theater ...
The film also features several pieces of music used by Stanley Kubrick in similar situations in Barry Lyndon (namely the Sarabande by Georg Fridrich Händel and traditional British Grenadiers), a film set in about the same location and period.
You're fantastically attractive and your knowledge of German cinema is second to none.
Opening credits have (intentional) spacing issues, and mismatched fonts.
£332,582 (UK) (22 January 2006)
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