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Sixty Six (2006)

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A boy's barmitzvah looks set to be a disaster when it coincides with the 1966 World Cup Final.

Director:

Paul Weiland

Writers:

Peter Straughan (screenplay), Bridget O'Connor (screenplay) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Charlie Clark Charlie Clark ... Boy with Caliper
Nick Shirm Nick Shirm ... Michael Hempel
Thomas Drewson Thomas Drewson ... Terry Shivers
Gregg Sulkin ... Bernie Reubens
Matt Bardock Matt Bardock ... Mr. Grieg
Alex Black Alex Black ... Linton
Cameron Crighton Cameron Crighton ... Captain
Catherine Tate ... Aunt Lila
Peter Serafinowicz ... Uncle Jimmy / Mr Rubens Snr / Football Commentary
Helena Bonham Carter ... Esther Rubens
Eddie Marsan ... Manny Rubens
Francine Simmons Francine Simmons ... Lady at Door
Martin Savage Martin Savage ... Senior Doctor
Ony Uhiara Ony Uhiara ... Nurse
Charles Ferber Charles Ferber ... Student Doctor
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A boy's barmitzvah looks set to be a disaster when it coincides with the 1966 World Cup Final.

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it's his year, and he wants it back. See more »


Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for language, some sexual content and brief nudity | See all certifications »
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Country:

France | UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 November 2006 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

66 See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color (Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Goofs

To demonstrate his hatred of the England football team, Bernie throws darts at a photograph of the players in their red shirts midway through the competition. However, the photo in question was taken after the final was played. Furthermore, in relation to the film's timescale, when the scene takes place neither the team or the choice of kit had been decided upon. See more »

Connections

References Gone with the Wind (1939) See more »

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1-2-3
Performed by Len Barry
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So true ... so true
6 July 2009 | by myschrecSee all my reviews

OK, perhaps my perception is biased by the fact that my Bar Mitzvah was in 1962, albeit Chicago. But this movie rang true on every count: the family business, the distracted (worried) father, the overprotective mother, the domineering brother (just like mine), and the exaggerated importance that (we) twelve year old boys desired of our "coming out party." The movie made me laugh out loud, and even audibly groan at the pathetic human foibles. Bernie's family was (almost, but not quite) as crazy as my own. But the central theme of the film was neither the craziness of family nor the anticipation of disaster. It was how Bernie and his family got through it all and learned core and timeless values. I do not want to spoil it, so I will just say that the ending was incredibly fulfilling. Every Rabbi should see this film. Every parent should see it with their twelve year old -- boy or girl, Jew or Gentile.


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