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UK: Delanic Films
Cast: Peter Howitt, Saffron Burrows, Sean Pertwee, Rachael Stirling, Alice Evans, Dervla Kirwan, Victor Macguire, Tom Conti, Brian Wheeler, Mercedes Grower, Heather Craney, Rebecca Jones, Raquel Azevedo, David Seymour, Anthony Carrick, Robert Cohen, Peter Craze, Raj Ghatak, Lorna Gayle, Peter Layton, Alan Mckenna, Vincenzo Nicoli, Adrian Annis, Graeme Benson
Director: Peter Howitt
UK: 109 mins
UK Certificate: 18 contains very strong language
UK Release Date: 23 May 2008 (Limited Release)
Even The Fast Lane Comes To An End
Written, directed by and starring Peter Howitt (SLIDING DOORS) as Noah Arkwright, a cult director in the indie film world, whose life is on a crash course, with Noah steering himself towards his own destruction. Noah's life is one of success -and excess. Everything - drink, drugs, girls, fame - that Noah can get his hands on he wolfs down with an insatiable hunger.
But he is running towards a brick wall as his alcoholism and drug addiction have him firmly in their grasp. Noah has no interest in acknowledging this stark truth until Kirstin (Rachael Stirling), a young alcoholic who has 'seen the light', manages to convince Noah that he is heading for destruction and sets him on the path to reclaim himself.
With the help of his best friend Ray (Sean Pertwee), Noah attempts to reverse his self-destruction. When fate sends him a guardian angel in the shape of cellist Clare Mathesson (Saffron Burrows), Noah tries even harder... and that is when Mother Nature deals him the cruellest blow of all.
Based on the critically acclaimed novel by the late Stuart Browne, DANGEROUS PARKING is a REBEL YELL from deep, deep within the soul of a man, told in extreme Technicolor, and at breakneck, breath-taking speed, just like his highly cinematic life. It is in turns tragic, brutal, sad, hopeful, hopeless, romantic and painfully funny.