Ealing Comedy (film)
|Directed by||Neville Raschid|
|Produced by||Neville Raschid|
|Written by||Jon Croker|
Ealing Comedy is a British 2008 comedy film, written by Jon Croker and directed by Neville Raschid. It was premiered at the Ealing Empire on 18 March 2008.
A second generation British Asian accountant (Alfie Singh) wants to be a film producer. He has an idea for a film called Ealing Comedy, about an accountant turned film producer called Alfie Singh. Alfie will play himself and his real son, Paul, will play his son in the film. Unable to raise finance he decides to make the film himself. The film chronicles his life with his Irish wife and teenage son and his struggles to finance and make the film while keeping his family together.
- Leena Dhingra - Grandimort
- Kulvinder Ghir - Alfie Singh
- Alistair McGowan - Vijay Imran Cecil Kuttuputtu Yogesh
- Sasha Waddell - Mary Singh
- Paul Raschid - Paul Singh
- Official Website
- Ealing Comedy on Internet Movie Database
- Westside Magazine feature on Ealing Comedy
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