Long Shot

(1978)
  • Brugerbedømmelse

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A budding Scottish film producer tries to get his ambitious Aberdeen-set western financed, and while he attracts some major stars and directors to the film he finds that with their support come more and more script changes... Filmed around the 1977 Edinburgh Film Festival, Long Shot is a deadpan satire about the trials and tribulations of British independent filmmaking, with terrific cameos from Wim Wenders, Susannah York, Stephen Frears, Alan Bennett and John Boorman.

  1. Maurice Hatton

    Director, Writer

  2. Eoin McCann

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Charles Gormley

    Charlie

  2. Neville Smith

    Neville Smith

    Neville

  3. Ann Zelda

    Anne

  4. David Stone

    A Distributor

  5. Suzanne Danielle

    Suzanne Danielle

    Sue

Alle Skuespillere & Medarbejdere

Long Shot

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Status Udgivet

Udgivelses Information

  • 17 november 1978
    Theatrical

    Mening

Original Language engelsk

Spilletid 1h 25m

Budget -

Indtægter -

Genre

Søgeord

Indholds Score

71

Bare en lille smule mere...

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