One of Time Out London’s ‘Best of the Year’

Time Out • Best of the Year 2010

“Who would have guessed that the most heartbreaking TV moment of the year would involve a grown man attempting to place a hilariously frou-frou sugar sculpture on a cake? The cherry on the top of a bizarre, involving and unmissable film.” – Phil Harrison, Time Out London

Time Out • Best of the Year 2010

“Who would have guessed that the most heartbreaking TV moment of the year would involve a grown man attempting to place a hilariously frou-frou sugar sculpture on a cake? The cherry on the top of a bizarre, involving and unmissable film.” – Phil Harrison, Time Out London

6 Responses to One of Time Out London’s ‘Best of the Year’

  1. Alex shaw says:

    Are there any plans for the film to show in the U.K. ? Or DVD release?

  2. chris says:

    It was just shown on BBC4 and they may broadcast it again – otherwise, we don’t have a UK DVD release date just yet, but we will definitely keep you posted!

  3. rachel stricevic says:

    Hi
    I saw your marvellous film on BBC4. I am longing to buy several DVD copies for friends…is it going to be released in the UK? Please let me know if/when it is!
    Thanks
    Rachel

  4. chris says:

    Hi Rachel,

    It will be released on DVD in the UK, but we’re still working on it – we’ll definitely keep you posted!

  5. Matt says:

    Hi all,
    Any news on UK release date or if the US edition will work in the UK?
    Thanks.

  6. chris says:

    No plans yet but it will be available for rental on Netflix in the U.K. Otherwise, the DVD is currently available as a region 1, NTSC disc from online retailers like Amazon.com and will soon be available in Holland with region 2, PAL B/G encoding.

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