15 Storeys High (2002– )

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The lives of two men sharing a flat in South London.

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  • Sean Lock in 15 Storeys High (2002)
  • Sean Lock and Benedict Wong in 15 Storeys High (2002)
  • Sean Lock and Benedict Wong in 15 Storeys High (2002)
  • Sean Lock and Benedict Wong in 15 Storeys High (2002)
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15 May 2003 | jbaccy
Innovative stuff
I only managed to catch one episode so far but what an episode! It's one of those underrated comedies you hear nothing about, but the script is hillarious, and the straighter-than-straight acting just suits it to a T. Stylistically, it's a cross between league of gentlemen, the office, and something else all of it's own. From what I can tell, it charters the lives of the inhabitants of a block of flats in anytown UK. Watch if you're after something different.

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Release Date:

7 November 2002

Language

English


Country of Origin

UK

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