The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz
Director Ben Hopkins
|Writer Ben Hopkins, Tom Fisher|
Release date 20 July 2001 UK
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The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz is a 2000 Anglo-German black and white feature film. It is an "avant-garde comedy about the Apocalypse", co-written and directed by Ben Hopkins.
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- Plot summary
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On the last day of creation, a stranger arrives in London. No one knows who he is or where he has come from but by the time he leaves, the entire universe will have been erased.
Peter Bradshaw wrote in The Guardian, "a distinctively English, rather than simply British, movie in its loopy, diverting surrealism...Nothing so obvious as a plot is allowed to cramp this movie's style as it swoops weirdly across the dream landscape of London like a demented, dishevelled bird." George Perry wrote on BBC Films, "this has to be one of the strangest films of the year, a weird apocalyptic vision shot in the most mundane of London surroundings, with all too obvious budgetary constraints pushed asunder by the sheer energy of the director's imagination."
The film was the winner of the Evening Standard Best Newcomer Award 2000, for director Ben Hopkins.
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