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FILM DETAILS Certificate 18 Cast Peter Howitt Saffron Burrows Sean Pertwee Rachael Stirling Directors Peter Howitt Screenwriters Peter Howitt Running Time 109 minutes
Dangerous Parking Man vs. booze. And pills. And traffic police
Plot Noah Arkwright (Howitt) is a British film director with a drink and drug problem. As he prepares to go into rehab, the film flashes back and forth through the formative moments of his adult life, including his diagnosis of cancer and his marriage to cellist Clare Mattheson (Burrows). Verdict A variable tone and a flashback-heavy structure make this drama as confused as its protagonist, but it’s still a fleetingly funny and ultimately affecting watch. Reviewed by Anna Smith
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