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A dark and beautiful film........ Richard Harris ... Sandeman Lynn Redgrave ... Mandy Tom Bell ... Quick Emma Catherwood ... Jo Aidan Gillen ... Puttnam Louise Lombard ... Kath Paul McGann ... Dean Jimi Mistry ... Jug Reece Noi ... The Boy Lorraine Pilkington ... Tracy Colin Salmon ... The Chair James Foy ... Animal James McMartin ... Mineral Danny Lawrence ... Tigger Gerard Starkey ... Minder
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As a brief overview of the plot - Richard Harris plays "Sandeman" the ageing head of an Underworld "family" in Liverpool. His life is shattered one day though when his wife is killed during a mugging. A distraught sandeman decides to retire, and divide his estate between his 3 daughters and their associated boyfriends (including a sinister Jimi Mistry, also in "The Guru"). However, his family soon betray him though greed, and he is left, lost and alone, without a Kingdom.
Rest in Peace Richard, youll be sadly missed.
The DVD box quotes the following critics: "Richard Harris is RIVETING" (Irish Times); "INGENIOUS … Richard Harris is FORMIDABLE" (The Observer); "A TOWERING Performance" (Empire); "TOO GOOD to miss" (Glamour).
I can only assume they refer to another film!
So, what's good about this film? Let me think …
I'll get back to you on that one.
Being from Liverpool I was looking forward to this film, but despite Harris's fine efforts, the casting,
dialogue and awful attempts at Liverpool accents is embarrassing even Paul McGann seems to have forgotten his native tongue!
Accents not as bad as Cilla! but please get some lessons from Liverpool people and not southern Luvvies!
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