Everything (film)

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Everything
Release date
  • 2004 (2004)
Language English

Everything is a 2004 British film directed by Richard Hawkins and produced by Oliver Potterton. Ray Winstone stars as Richard, who starts visiting Naomi, a Soho prostitute (played by Jan Graveson). But he doesn't go for sex, so what is he looking for? It also features Katherine Clisby as Tania, a young Eastern European prostitute, Eddie Deedigan as her pimp, Ed. Winstone's real-life daughter Lois plays the part of Richard's daughter, Anna.[1] The film was shot in 10 days on HD for a small budget and was nominated for a BAFTA for debut director Richard Hawkins. DVD Release Date: 23 Jan 2006

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  1. ^ John Pym Time Out Film Guide 2010-1846702089 Page 326 "Everything. (2004, GB, 91 min) d Richard Hawkins. p Oliver Potterton; Geoffrey M Freeman, Ed Deedigan. sc Richard Hawkins. ph Ole Bratt Birkeland. ed Oliver Potterton. ad Louisa D'arcy. m Tom Ingleby cast Ray Winstone, Jan Graveson,"

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