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SIXTY SIX

by Paul Weiland

synopsis

A semi-autobiographical film about a boy's Bar Mitzvah in 1966, which clashes disastrously with England's victory in the World Cup on the same day.

international title: Sixty Six
original title: Sixty Six
country: United Kingdom, France
sales agent: Universal Pictures
year: 2006
genre: fiction
directed by: Paul Weiland
film run: 93'
release date: UK 6/11/2006
screenplay: Richard Curtis, Peter Straughan, Bridget O'Connor, Paul Weiland
cast: Helena Bonham Carter, Gregg Sulkin, Eddie Marsan, Peter Serafinowicz, Catherine Tate, Geraldine Somerville, Stephen Rea, Richard Katz
producer: Richard Curtis, Elizabeth Karlsen, Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Natascha Wharton
production: Working Title Films, Working Title 2
distributor: United International Pictures UK
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