Stuart Burns

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Location: Liverpool, UK

 

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I Really Hate My Job [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Neve Campbell
I Really Hate My Job [DVD] DVD ~ Neve Campbell
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I Really Hate My Job is a London entry into the service worker genre (see also Clerks, Late Night Shopping and Empire Records) which has Anna Maxwell Martin managing a rat infested Soho bistro with waitresses and kitchen staff played by the eclectic cast of Neve Campbell, Shirley Henderson, Alexandra Maria Lara and Dana Pellea, battling against their shared neuroses across a single evening. Shot entirely on one set, it mostly feels like filmed theatre but with a sharp script, funny performances and sub-Withnail sense of human wreckage dealing with failed potential, itís never boring. Cleverly director Oliver Parker always keeps the customers out of focus or out of shot putting the viewer… Read more
Leitz Wow A4 Ruled Notebook - Metallic Pink by Leitz
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pink!, 9 Sep 2014
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This electric pink marvel is everything you'd expect it to be with lined paper inside - note the box at the top of each page for a title and date of notation, a handy ruler attached just in case you happen to forget one from more rigid plastic and a pocket at the back for any stray notes and bits and bobs. Nothing to criticise at all here.
Brabantia 30 Litre Touch Bin Plastic Inner Bucket,&hellip by Brabantia
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How could I not love it? Replacing the grey plastic box which used to be my bin is this bright, white, slightly retro metal cylinder with a pop up lid. Easy to install with a clunkable click as the inner plastic tub fits into the metal and with three free bin bags to get me started, it's just perfect, and not full yet. Part of me wonders if there is a bottom or its dimensionally transcendental.

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