Very Annie-Mary

In the type of film that the British have made their own, "Very Annie Mary" brings shades of "Billy Elliot" and "Little Voice" to the uplifting and often hilarious tale of an awkward and rebellious twenty-something who somehow finds the strength to break free from the clutches of her eccentric yet domineering father and in doing so discovers that she has an extraordinary talent! With Jonathan Pryce as the Pavarotti impersonating singing baker and Rachel Griffiths as the very talented but very confused Annie-Mary. Also featuring Hob and Nob, the gay cafe owners, and the Ogw Women's Institute Village People tribute band.

Year: 2001
Genre: Comedy
Country: UK
Director: Sara Sugarman
Starring: Rachel Griffiths, Jonathan Pryce, Ioan Gruffudd, Matthew Rhys, Kenneth Griffith, Ruth Madoc
Duration: 100 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains sex scenes and offensive language.
Location in store: Comedy



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