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Don't Worry About Me

  • Film
  • 2 out of 5 stars
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Time Out says

2 out of 5 stars
Morrissey’s feature-film directing debut is an adaptation of Brough and Elizabeth’s play ‘The Pool’, co-written with Morrissey and, like the play, starring the pair of them. Shot in late 2007 on a reported budget of £100,000, the film suggests that it may have been a stronger theatre production as neither Brough nor Elizabeth are fully convincing as film actors, he playing an unlikeable and unbelievable southerner on a trip to Liverpool, she a local lass with whom he strikes up a rapport. The strongest element is the sense of place as Morrissey shoots out and about in Liverpool. It’s a fair effort, but it’s hard to believe these actors had lived with these characters for so long. It doesn’t show.
Written by Dave Calhoun

Release Details

  • Duration:80 mins

Cast and crew

  • Director:David Morrissey
  • Cast:
    • Helen Elizabeth
    • James Brough
    • Kate Henry
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