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A Room for Romeo Brass

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Synopsis

Shane Meadows' second feature film, A Room for Romeo Brass, is a funny, frightening and ultimately tender story of two twelve-year-old boys who each undergo an extraordinary test of character and friendship when an eccentric and dangerous stranger comes between them. Meadows, winner of the Best First Feature Award at the 1997 Venice International Film Festival for his directorial debut TwentyFourSeven, and co-screenwriter Paul Fraser drew upon their own childhood experiences to forge this high-spirited and contemporary coming-of-age story.

Details

Year
2000
Type of film
Features
Running Time
97 mins
Format
35mm Kodak
Director
Shane Meadows
Producer
Andreas Hamori, David M Thompson
Executive Producer
Andreas Hamori, David M Thompson
Editor
Paul Tothill
Screenwriter
Shane Meadows, Paul Fraser
Director of Photography
Ashley Rowe, BSC
Sound
Colin Nicholson
Principal Cast
Bob Hoskins, Andrew Shim, Ben Marshall, Vicky McClure, Paddy Considine, Frank Harper, James Higgins

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Production Company

Company Pictures
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Company

Alliance Atlantis Motion Pictures Dist
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