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Dangerous Parking (2007)

| Drama | 23 May 2008 (UK)
Noah Arkwright, a successful, hard living and indulgent independent British film director, finally decides to try and defeat the many addictions that are destroying him, his career and the ... See full summary »

Director:

Peter Howitt

Writers:

Stuart Browne (novel), Peter Howitt (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Peter Howitt ... Noah Arkwright
Saffron Burrows ... Claire
Sean Pertwee ... Ray
Rachael Stirling ... Kirstin
Alice Evans ... Etta
Tom Conti ... Doc Baker
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Peter Agnelli ... Party Guest (as Peter Brown)
Adrian Annis ... AA Member
Leandra Ashton Leandra Ashton ... Script girl
Raquel Azevedo Raquel Azevedo ... Connie / Tribeca Twins
Graeme Benson ... AA Member
Caro Breton Caro Breton ... AA Member
Damian Brooke ... AA Member
Nick Bryant Nick Bryant ... Miquado String Quartet / Viola Player
Antony Carrick ... Judge (as Anthony Carrick)
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Noah Arkwright, a successful, hard living and indulgent independent British film director, finally decides to try and defeat the many addictions that are destroying him, his career and the people who care for him. But Mother Nature has other tests of strength and character in store for him. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 May 2008 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Comportamento de Risco See more »

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London, England, UK See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Noah Arkwright: Truth: best drug on the market.
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26 November 2008 | by david-4989See all my reviews

The opening five minutes or so of this film sit so uneasily with the rest of it that I'm inclined to wonder if they were a veiled satire of the state of most modern British cinema with it's desperate eagerness to please and self conscious coolness. Lets just say these initial scenes almost made me switch off. I'm glad I didn't.

What follows is a glorious mess of a film. A tumble of ideas and emotion mixed up and thrown at the screen. 'Dangerous Parking' is worthy to be included with Nic Roeg's most frustrating, delirious and brilliant output. It's rare to see a film that doesn't compromise or treat it's audience like a tested demographic. This film deserves to be seen and felt by people who love cinema. Watching Peter Howitt's performance is like watching a drowning man. Uncomfortable but compelling.


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