PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama
A coming of age story about a shy teenage boy trying to escape from the influence of his domineering mother. His world changes when he begins to work for a retired actress.
Director Jeremy Brock chose Rupert Grint for the leading role because he felt that he had been underused in the third and fourth installments of the Harry Potter franchise.
My mother's gonna kill me. You don't understand. She said I wasn't to come. I asked and she said no. You don't say yes when my mother says no, you don't do it!
Evie Walton: My dear boy, the key will be back with us in the morning! I'm regular as clock work.
During the initial Edinburgh scenes, the background changes from raining to cloudy to almost clear, to rainy, all basically within the same shot.
In the opening titles, the names of the main cast and crew are arranged around a map as if they were street names.
The UK version is the director's cut where in the US version many scenes had to be cut in order to retain a PG-13 rating along with dubbing some F words to "Sod."
$22,603 (USA) (15 October 2006)
$238,774 (USA) (28 January 2007)
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