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Cheeky (2003) Movie



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Overview

Language
English

Country
UK

Ratings / Votes
6.7/ 10 (141 Votes)

MPAA Ratings

Production Company
Europa Corp. [fr]
Xingu Films [gb]

Production Designer

All Producers

All Directors

Writers

Release Date
(Canada) - 8 September 2003
(Greece) - 7 October 2003
(UK) - 1 November 2003
(France) - 2 August 2006
(UK) - 10 March 2007

Running Time
Canada:94 (Toronto International Film Festival)

Tagline

Keywords
adolescent, death-of-wife, directed-by-star, father-son-relationship, fictional-game-show, grief, guilt, husband-wife-relationship, independent-film, loss-of-mother, loss-of-wife, marriage, poem, quiz-show, rejection, sadness, shop-owner,

Technical Support
OFM:35 mm
PCS:Spherical
PFM:35 mm



Related Pictures

Pictures of Cheeky (2003) Movie not found

Full Cast

  1. Barnes, Chris (XII) as [Chris] <39>
  2. Benson, Perry as [George] <28>
  3. Bent, Stephen as [Albert Sharples] <15>
  4. Benton, Mark as [Big Mick] <7>
  5. Betts, Nigel as [Ramsey] <36>
  6. Coke, Rev as [Priest] <22>
  7. Fellows, Graham as [Bernie Lemon] <34>
  8. Foxxe, David as [Tony] <31>
  9. Gillard, Nick as [Taxi Driver] <33>
  10. Hart, Ian (I) as [Alan] <18>
  11. Henshaw, John (I) as [Kenny] <8>
  12. Herley, Randal as [Mr. Ellis] <24>
  13. Hutchings, Geoffrey as [Sid the Barman] <25>
  14. Johnston, Joseph (I) as [Crusty] <11>
  15. Macdonald, Ben as [Snot] <12>
  16. Marsan, Eddie as [Reg] <6>
  17. Potter, Tim (II) as [Horace] <13>
  18. Sachs, Andrew (II) as [TV Announcer] <41>
  19. Schneider, David (IV) as [Todd] <26>
  20. Schofield, Phillip as [TV Announcer] <40>
  21. Thewlis, David as [Harry Sankey] <1>
  22. Towb, Harry as [Mr. Oates] <23>
  23. Vegas, Johnny (I) as [Alf Price] <9>
  24. Ward, Sean (III) as [Sam Sankey] <3>
  25. Waring, Raymond as [Norman Grundy] <16>
  26. Way, Tony as [Rick] <27>
  27. Coles, Esther as [Elsie] <21>
  28. Gleeves, Rachel as [Ward Sister] <37>
  29. Gorman, Lisa as [Nancy Sankey] <2>
  30. Hazlegrove, Jane as [Fanny] <19>
  31. Hudson, Ruth (I) as [Cynthia] <35>
  32. Kerr Scott, Linda as [Peggy] <5>
  33. Knight, Rosalind as [Pam] <4>
  34. Martin, Jo (II) as [Zoe] <38>
  35. McPhee, Lizzie as [Connie] <20>
  36. Nixon, Suzanne as [Harriet] <14>
  37. Ross, Leelo as [Susan Gunn] <32>
  38. Sharp, Lesley as [Kath] <17>
  39. Sheen, Ruth as [Tamara] <30>
  40. Styler, Trudie as [Nancy Grey] <29>
  41. Thewlis, Ashley as [Karen] <10>

Genres

  1. Comedy
  2. Drama

Full Plot

Consumed with sadness after the death of his wife and subsequent rejection from his son, a widower, at the urging of his friends, opts to appear on a vulgar, wildly popular game show (for which his wife signed him up) and watches his life start to change for the better. Anonymous Plot not found

Total Business

CP: EuropaCorp SD: 22 October 2002 - ?

Movie Certificate

M/12 (Portugal)

Music Composers

  1. Marianelli, Dario

Cinematographers

  1. Stapleton, Oliver

Distributors

EuropaCorp. Distribution [fr] - (2006) (France) (theatrical)
Guerilla Films [gb] - (2006) (UK) (all media)

Film Editors

  1. Wilson, John (II)

Misc

  1. Beaumont, Mark (I) (production accountant)
  2. Brewster, Tom (I) (set production assistant)
  3. Curtis, Matt (II) (title designer)
  4. Gilbert, Arabella (assistant to producer)
  5. Johnson, Bjorn (II) (production runner)
  6. Lenton, Susanna (script supervisor)
  7. Pollington, Ian (location manager)
  8. Stephenson, Camilla (assistant location manager)
  9. Thomas-Hughes, Heather (unit nurse)
  10. Wichary, Sheena (assistant production coordinator)

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. Ambleside, Cumbria, England, UK

Trivia

- Last full length film of 'Harry Towb' (qv).

- 'David Thewlis' (qv), who wrote the screenplay, was not meant to direct the film, let alone be in it. He has since said that "it's just too much stress. It's just awful", and that with Cheeky he "didn't have a very good time and I don't like the finished product... It's not rubbish, but it's not what it was supposed to be. It was supposed to be something much stranger. It was supposed to be very inspired by Buñuel, but you'd struggle to see that."

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