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The All Together

Synopsis

The All Together stars Martin Freeman (The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, The Office) as Chris – a frustrated, over-worked and under-paid television producer who is desperately seeking a new home, career, girlfriend and best friend. Having arranged for several local estate agents to come and value his house which he reluctantly shares with his free-loader flatmate Bob (Velibor Topic – Kingdom of Heaven, Snatch), Chris is unexpectedly called in to work, forcing him to leave Bob in charge of showing the agents around the property. Bob promises Chris that when the doorbell rings, he’s going to open it and invite anyone he sees standing there inside. For once, Bob resolves not to fail his only friend. Understandably, when Chris returns later that evening with a colleague - arrogant television presenter Jerry Davies (Richard Harrington – Rehab, Spooks) - he is quite surprised to find a deeply disorientated American gangster holding his flatmate, four estate agents, two Jehovah’s Witnesses and a terrified children’s entertainer captive in the kitchen. It’s at this point that things start to get a bit strange.

Details

Year
2006
Type of film
Features
Director
Gavin Claxton 1st Feature
Producer
Annabel Raftery, Marion Pilowsky, Colin Levanthal
Editor
Kevin Lane
Screenwriter
Gavin Claxton
Director of Photography
Orlando Stuart
Sound
Gabriel Scott
Principal Cast
Martin Freeman, Corey Johnson, Velibor Topic, Danny Dyer

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Production Company

Establishment Films Limited
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London E1 0BH
UK

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