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WAH-WAH

by Richard E. Grant

synopsis

A coming-of-age story (and semi-autobiographical directorial debut by Richard E Grant) set during the last gasp of the British Empire in the run-up to independence in Swaziland at the tail end of the sixties.

international title: Wah-Wah
original title: Wah-Wah
country: United Kingdom, France, South Africa
sales agent: The Works International
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Richard E. Grant
film run: 120'
release date: UK 2/06/2006
screenplay: Richard E. Grant
cast: Gabriel Byrne, Miranda Richardson, Emily Watson, Julie Walters, Nicholas Hoult, Celia Imrie, Sid Mitchell
producer: Jeremy Nathan, Julia Blackman, Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar, Pierre Kubel, Jeff Abberley, Joel Phiri, Ronnie Apteker
co-producer: Chris Curling
production: Scion Films, Loma Nasha Films
backing: South African Department of Trade & Industry
distributor: Lionsgate
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