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PLOTS WITH A VIEW

by Nick Hurran

synopsis

This comedy takes a riotous look at small town English country life centered around competing funeral homes. Boris Plotz, Director of Plotz Funeral Homes, dreamed of only two things as a young boy... dancing and Betty. Betty secretly loved Boris, but could not fight her father's wishes, so she was married off to a gold digger. Boris gave up his dreams and took over the family's undertaking business. Everything has remained status quo in their lives until Betty's mother-in-law dies. Boris and Betty are thrust together again and as they discuss the funeral arrangements for Betty's mother-in-law, the old spark is rekindled.

international title: PLOTS WITH A VIEW
original title: PLOTS WITH A VIEW
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: Vine International Pictures
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Nick Hurran
film run: 95'
release date: NO 26/12/2002, IT 04/12/2002, DE 19/06/2003, FI 25/04/2003, GR 01/08/2003, AT 22/08/2003, ES 28/11/2003, SI 31/12/2003
screenplay: Frederick Ponzlov
cast: Christopher Walken, Brenda Blethyn, Alfred Molina, Lee Evans, Naomi Watts
cinematography by: James Welland
film editing: John Richards
art director: Keith Maxwell
costumes designer: Ffion Elinor
music: Rupert Gregson-Williams
producer: Jason Piette, Michael Cowan, Suzanne Lyons, Kate Robbins, David Ball
production: Spice Factory Ltd., Snowfall Films Inc, CF1 CYF
distributor: SF Norge (NO), Istituto Luce (IT), Paradiso Entertainment (NL), Ottfilm (DE), Filmladen (AT), Aurum (ES), Ljubljanski kinematografi (SI)
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