Piccadilly Jim


Piccadilly Jim

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Jim Crocker (Sam Rockwell) is an American ne'er-do-well living in England with his tolerant father, Bingley (Tom Wilkinson), and his snooty, social-climbing stepmother, Eugenia (Allison Janney). As the film opens, Jim has been fouling up Eugenia's efforts to obtain a peerage with his all-too-public drinking, carousing, and fighting. He's lived there ever since he lost his job writing a society column for a newspaper in New York. Due to his notoriety, the newspaper has continued running a column under his byline, "Piccadilly Jim," though he no longer writes it. He's fairly content in his debauchery until he runs into the comparatively refined Ann (Frances O'Connor), who, as it turns out, is the niece of Eugenia's sister and chief rival, Nesta (Brenda Blethyn). Jim is eager to meet Ann until he learns that she already hates Piccadilly Jim without having met him. Jim hatches an elaborate plot to win Ann's heart, posing as the upright son of his own butler, and traveling to America to stay with Nesta and her family, including her husband (and Ann's beloved uncle Peter [Austin Pendleton]), their obnoxious young son Ogden, and Ann and her potential fiancé, Reggie (Hugh Bonneville). As he sets out to win Ann's heart, Jim is shocked to discover that several other residents of the house are there under false pretenses, including his own father. Piccadilly Jim was adapted from P.G. Wodehouse's novel by Julian Fellowes (Gosford Park) and directed by John McKay (Crush). The film had its world premiere at the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival. ~ Josh Ralske, Rovi


Sam Rockwell
as Jim Crocker
Tom Wilkinson
as Bingley Crocker
Brenda Blethyn
as Nesta Pett
Allison Janney
as Eugenia Crocker
Austin Pendleton
as Peter Pett
Hugh Bonneville
as Lord Wisbeach
Tom Hollander
as Willie Partridge
Rupert Simonian
as Ogden Ford
Pam Ferris
as Miss Trimble
Kevin Eldon
as Wizzy Wisbeach
Nitin Ganatra
as Banje Singh
James Wallace
as Percy, Duke of Arminster
Delia Lindsay
as Duchess of Arminster
Shauna Shim
as Pett House Main
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