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    Cleaning up - spoilers and discussion

    Right - let's get the ball rolling. If we think of this as a drama in two Acts we have Mark as the protagonist in Act I but Act II is a very different beast on the surface. Who is the protagonist in Act II - Louise or Mark?
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    Watched this with the wife last night, cracking little bit of black comedy. Quite wrong in places, just the way we like it!!

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    Re-watched this last night with my bf who loved it. He was happy to see "Rosa from Eastenders" in it. Safe to say, I'm not dating a Who fan!
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    I bought the Hitman edition the other day, and thoroughly enjoyed it. An entertaining bit of drama, with a superb, subtle acting. Also, it was well worth getting the Hitman edition with a number of interesting special features. Keep contributing to Big Finish, good luck and let's get this film made!
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    Any chance of an update on how this is doing?

    Are the funds getting there?

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    Re-watched this again tonight. Honestly guys, if you're on the fence, just pop down a fiver for it. It's a fantastic short - Mark Gattis OOZES cool in the first half then the second half.....well, let's just say, the title is a great double entendre.
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    Hi
    Is there any further news on this? I'd love there to be more fan fundraising for it with tiers with various perks etc- I could only purchase the Hitman edition and a fiver isn't going to help all that much!
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    Blimey, that leather catsuit really suits Ian Hendr - oh, it's Diana Rigg.

    (And they appear to have broadcast it in the wrong aspect ratio, so I've got a quarter of the screen pitch black on both sides. I think this channel have a history of doing that, though)









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    Quote Originally Posted by Atifraza View Post
    Blimey, that leather catsuit really suits Ian Hendr - oh, it's Diana Rigg.

    (And they appear to have broadcast it in the wrong aspect ratio, so I've got a quarter of the screen pitch black on both sides. I think this channel have a history of doing that, though)









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    Please buy this if you have not already. Its an excellent piece of drama mixed with black comedy. Mark and Louise play their parts brilliantly and the twist really is unexpected!

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    Downloaded it, was a pretty fun film. Great cast with plenty of Who people involved; great editing too. Some of the shots did feel a little amateur, but as explained in the commentary they were limited by time and the number of cameras they could use in the house so fair enough; doesn't detract from it much. Feel a little disappointed by the Hitman Edition though - the commentary is good because it gives insight into the production (and the lovely sight of Mark Gatiss' porn magazines in some extended scenes), but besides that the behind the scenes video isn't very interesting (just a whole lot of shaky cam and people occasionally talking), I probably won't ever listen to the soundtrack on its own although the script was interesting just for the 2000AD reference at the start. I can see the posters on the website anyway. So it's a mixed bag but if you like those sorts of things I suppose the Hitman Edition is worth it. But the regular edition might be enough for some people.

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    I wonder if there is any traction on getting it further?

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