Funny Money

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Time Out says

A love-on-the-lam movie about credit card fraud, with guest zombies and second-rate leads playing out a totally charmless fiction in one and a half locations. The money is plastic but the love, eventually, is true: he (Henry) is a balding cocktail pianist with deeply hidden talent, she (Daily) is an irrepressible (ha!), elfin American, fresh in town with a tote-bag full of stolen cards. In the seamless sleaze of a Park Lane hotel, the couple turn their tricks and discover the piles of pathos on the jet set bum. If it had in any critical way been about this grubby little criminal sub-culture it just might have been watchable.
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Release details

UK release:

1982

Duration:

97 mins

Cast and crew

Cinematography:

John Wyatt

Director:

James Kenelm Clarke

Editor:

Bill Lennie

Cast:

Derren Nesbitt, Joe Praml, Elizabeth Daily, Gregg Henry, Annie Ross, Gareth Hunt

Production Designer:

Harry Pottle

Producer:

Greg Smith

Screenwriter:

James Kenelm Clarke

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