Bad Behavior (1993)

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An Irish married couple (Stephen Rea and Sinead Cusack) tend to define their lives according to the opinions of others. When little crises regarding his job and her parenting skills begin to develop, Rea and Cusack are devastated. When their friends and business acquaintances begin turning sour, they are debilitated. And when the planned renovation of their bathroom goes awry, they are utterly destroyed. The improvisational banter between the two stars was achieved by director Les Blair after extensive, laissez-faire rehearsals.
Rating: R
Genre: Comedy , Drama
Directed By: Les Blair
In Theaters: limited
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Runtime:
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Cast

Stephen Rea
as Gerry McAllister
Sinead Cusack
as Ellie McAllister
Philip Jackson
as Howard Spink
Clare Higgins
as Jessica Kennedy
Phil Daniels
as The Nunn Brothers
Saira Todd
as Sophie Bevan
Mary Jo Randle
as Winifred Turner
Amanda Boxer
as Linda Marks
Luke Blair
as Joe McAllister
Joe Coles
as Michael McAllister
Tamlin Howard
as Jake Spink
Emily Hill
as Rosie Kennedy
Ian Flintoff
as Chairperson
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½

What makes the film work is the cast, especially Stephen Rea and Sinead Cusack. Witty and well written, funny and touching. One of those films that work on all levels. It does drag a bit in parts, but overall it flows well.

James Higgins
James Higgins

6.5/10. What makes the film work is the cast, especially Stephen Rea and Sinead Cusack. Witty and well written, funny and touching. One of those films that work on all levels. It does drag a bit in parts, but overall it flows well.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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