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THREE AND OUT
UK: Worldwide Bonus Entertainment / Rovinge Motion Picture Company
Cast: Mackenzie Crook, Colm Meaney, Gemma Arterton, Imelda Staunton, Antony Sher, Kerry Katona, Gary Lewis, Annette Badland, Mark Benton, Rhashan Stone, Sharon Duncan-Brewster, Frank Dunne, Steve Money, Dean Kelly
Director: Jonathan Gershfield
UK: 110 mins
UK Certificate: 15 contains strong language, sex and suicide references
UK Release Date: 25 April 2008 (Limited Release)
UK DVD Release Date: 15 September 2008
A comedy about two ordinary people, but one extraordinary deal.
1... Was an Accident
2... Was Bad Luck
3... Was his chance of a lifetime!
London tube driver Paul Callow (Mackenzie Crook) has had two 'one-unders' recently, where he accidentally ran the victims down with his train. Traumatized but completely blameless, he then finds out about the 'Three and Out' rule: three fatal accidents within a month and you're out of a job... but with a huge pay off!
What do you do? Take trauma counselling and drive very, very carefully? Or do you seek out a third 'one-under', take the cash, pay off your debts and retire to a Scottish idyll to write your novel?
THREE AND OUT combines comedic capers and painfully funny truths about how far we would go to change our lives. The movie is directed by first time helmer, Jonathan Gershfield, making the move into features after a distinguished career in TV, where he directed comedies such as BIG TRAIN, DEAD RINGERS and TWISTED TALES. It stars Mackenzie Crook, Colm Meaney, Gemma Arterton, Imelda Staunton, Sir Antony Sher and Gary Lewis.
Audio: Main Feature - Audio options of 5.1 or Stereo and display options of English sub titles
Select a Scene (the film divided up into 21 chapters)
Making Of (just over 25min documentary of the making of the film, featuring interviews with all four main actors, director, director of photography and the two writers, and behind the scene footage and inserted clips from the film).
Deleted Scenes (x10)
Trailer 1 - the original trailer which was used for the theatrical release of Three And Out
Trailer 2 - new version of the trailer that made specifically for the DVD release
Alternative Credits - a montage of clips from the film with 'You've Got A Friend' and 'Somebody Help Me' sung by Lee Meade played in the background (ran during the threatrical release credits)
Cast Biographies for all 15 actors / actresses that appeared in the film in text format
Crew Biographies for the 10 crew members including the director and writers of the film in text format