Ealing Comedy Trailer

Ealing Comedy Trailer (2008)

21 March 2008 Comedy 88 mins

Alfie Singh, accountant turned film producer, has a great idea for a film. It's called Ealing Comedy and it's about an accountant turned film producer called Alfie Singh. Alfie will play himself and his real son, Paul, will play his son in the film. Turned down by all the financiers, Alfie vows to make the film himself. His life with his wife and teenage son and his struggles to finance and make films in the UK are all woven together in a series of mad-cap events, resulting in a very British film

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Cast

Kulvinder Ghir

as Alfie Singh

Paul Raschid

as Paul Singh

Sasha Waddell

as Mary Singh

Alistair McGowan

as Vijay Imran Cecil Kuttuputtu Yogesh

Leena Dhingra

as Grandimort

Jennifer Belander

as Gala Performer

Vishaal Desai

as Mr. Patel

Gregory Hudson

as Paramedic

Brian Jackson

as 'Obi-wan Kenobi' / Alec Guinness

Lucien Morgan

as Welsh Policeman

Crew

Raiomond Mirza

Original Music Composer

Glen Warrillow

Glen Warrillow Cinematography

International Releases Dates

United Kingdom 21 March 2008

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