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Director  Jan Dunn
Initial DVD release  October 17, 2006
Writer  Jan Dunn
Language  English
6.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama, Family
Duration  
Country  United Kingdom
Gypo (film) movie poster
Release date  2005
Awards  British Independent Film Award for Best Achievement in Production
Cast  Paul McGann (Paul), Tamzin Dunstone (Kelly), Pauline McLynn (Helen), Rula Lenska (Irina), Chloe Sirene (Tasha), Barry Latchford (Jimmy)
Similar movies  Dr. No, For Your Eyes Only, From Russia With Love, You Only Live Twice, Mission: Impossible, The Living Daylights

Gypo


Gypo is a 2005 independent film written and directed by Jan Dunn. Its story details the breakdown of a family in a small town in Britain, told in three narratives.

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Within a structured screenplay the dialogue throughout was improvised, and the film made in the Dogme style. It was the first British film to be registered as such (as Dogme #37).

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Plot summary

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The film is shown through the eyes of the three main characters; Paul and Helen, a married couple, and Tasha, a teenage refugee. It shows how the family falls apart under the strain of unexpected emotions.

Production

The production filmed entirely in Thanet in Kent at a variety of locations including East Kent College, Kingsgate Bay, Margate, Pegwell Bay, Port of Ramsgate, Ramsgate, Royal Harbour Hotel and the Wig & Pen pub.

Cast

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  • Pauline McLynn as Helen
  • Paul McGann as Paul
  • Chloe Sirene as Tasha
  • Rula Lenska as Irina
  • Tamzin Dunstone as Kelly
  • Tom Stuart as Darren
  • Barry Latchford as Jimmy
  • Olegar Fedoro as Tasha's Father
  • Freddie Connor as Tasha's Husband
  • Josef Atlin as Michael
  • Awards

    Gypo (film) Keswick Film Festival Gypo
  • British Independent Film Awards Best Achievement in Production
  • San Francisco Gay and Lesbian Film Festival Best First Feature

  • Gypo (film) Cineplexcom Gypo

    Plus two other nominations and Special Mention at Torino International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival



    References

    Gypo (film) Wikipedia
    Gypo (film) IMDb Gypo (film) themoviedb.org


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