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One Last Chance [DVD]

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  • Actors: Kevin McKidd, Iain Robertson, Jamie Sives, Jimmy Chisholm, James Cosmo
  • Directors: Stewart Svaasand
  • Producers: Anne Batz
  • Format: PAL
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Momentum Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: 30 Aug. 2004
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000296GUC
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 48,951 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Wry Scottish comedy about three friends, Fitz (Jamie Sives), Nellie (Iain Robertson) and Seany (Kevin McKidd) who live in a middle-of-nowhere town in the Highlands called Tullybridge. Nothing much ever happens in Tullybridge... until the boys find gold completely by accident, triggering a series of events that range from the desperate to the absurd.

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A great wee Scottish movie with some of Scotland's finest acting talent Iain Robertson is outstanding as always. Iain is one of Scotlnd's best kept secrets, a totally underrated actor in my humble opinion! A must have for anyone who loves a great wee story and of course being well acted and Scottish is a bonus. Buy the DVD don't download!
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Like the previous viewer I had never heard of this film. But I got it and me and the wife found it to be a very enjoyable film, with some quality comedy moments and good fun. Highly recommended!
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I never think a film is helped by such comments as 'wickedly funny' like this one has on the cover.Humour is a subjective thing,so to imply something is going to be hilarious,is setting the bar too high.So with that said,the film is not a laugh a minute,but it is an enjoyable film that certainly has a few smiles .Kevin McKidd is rarely in anything bad and this is no exception,in fact the whole cast are good.
The story follows three lads trying to escape a dour existence in a Scottish village,and of course the barriers and mishaps presenting them doing this,are the basis for what is an enjoyable hour and a half with a few laughs thrown in.
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Not a bad film, but not one to rush out and get, a friend had seen this and said it was awesome. Now it's got a good story line to it and some actors that you'll know, the acting in it isn't fantastic.
Watch it in tele first
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I liked the film as it is very entertaining and away from the usual American over the top effects type of movie. I'd definitely reccommend to anyone wanting a cheap film to have on standbye for a night in.
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We enjoy Dougrey Scott's movies and this little story was a treat for exiled Scots. For that it gets a 'thumb's up' but ye'll no be having to scratch your head working out the plot!
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Gentle paced and humorous. Trio of 'home town boys' caught in the time capsule of a small Scottish Highland village, observing life around them and showing eventually that they have the same weakness for a better life as those who flew the nest - sought the bright lights! The film gathers momentum toward the end, with an installment of the unbelievable / surprise which borders on the surreal at times. This is Scottish story telling at it's best, where it can laugh at itself - think 'Local Hero', 'The Angel's share'? The movie is graced by heavyweight talent, albeit 'tongue in cheek' much of the time, it would seem! Movie manages to capture much of the Scottish 'banter' while keeping the accents distinguishable for a wider English speaking audience. Couldn't help noticing Dougray Scott sticking out as somewhat too much of a star to play a minor and discreet role in the film which made me curious. Much like Brad Pitt in 12 years a slave he was involved as producer. 'Twin Town' in which Dougray was an actor prior to 'One Last Chance', creeps in every now and again, if only in style.
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A tribute to the human spirit, its values and those who go their own way in life regardless of others - particularly those pretentious others with which one went to school. Yet, it's an uneasy mix of Scots’ whimsy, gallows humor and street-smart naturalism that is in danger of ending-up nowhere in particular by being unable to fully weave its stylistic strands into a coherent whole.

Nevertheless, this is in keeping with the shambolic lives of most the characters; the playing of all concerned is immaculate and the humour gentle and evenly paced. Especial credit must go to Neve McINTOSH as the narrator Fitz’s wife who makes their relationship entirely believable in her neatly-understated way.
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