PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance
When talk radio host Emma Lloyd advises one of her listeners to break up with her boyfriend, the jilted ex sets about getting his revenge.
You can't find something if you don't know what you're looking for.
When Emma is coming out of commercial during her radio show, the producer counts her down for her next segment with the words "five, four, three, two, one". No one in radio or television would ever vocalize the word, "one" in a countdown. This number is always replaced with a vertical finger signal to represent "one" and a direct finger point to show "zero" or "begin". Since the microphone always goes live on "two" the audience would otherwise constantly be hearing a disembodied voice say "one" when they come out of commercial.
English, Hindi, German
£703,631 (UK) (2 March 2008)
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