Fanny and Elvis (1999)




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British TV screenwriter Kay Mellor debuts with this quirky screwball comedy. The film opens with romance novelist Kate (Kerry Fox) crashing her VW bug into the gleaming Jaguar of car salesman Dave (Ray Winstone), resulting in an insult-barbed screamfest. They both enter the same pub, where they learn that Kate's husband is leaving her for Dave's young buxom wife (his third). The distraught Kate seeks solace and cheer from Andrew (Ben Daniels), her gay actor friend and housemate. When Dave's wife changes the locks, he cuts a deal with Kate, who still intensely dislikes the man: if he can stay in her spare room, she can forget about the outlandishly high bill to repair his damaged Jag. Soon, of course, love blooms when Kate realizes that Dave is no mere car salesman: he is a loving father to his six kids from previous marriages and an avid reader of the classics. Things seem peachy until Dave mysteriously disappears. Fanny and Elvis was screened at the 1999 Dinard Film Festival.


Kerry Fox
as Katherine Fanny `Kate' Dickson
Ray Winstone
as David Ernest `Dave' Parker
Gaynor Faye
as Samantha
Nicholas Lane
as Car Salesman
Sarah Parks
as Receptionist
Joyce Kennedy
as Dave's Mom
Dan Riley
as Samantha's young man
Rita May
as Rick's Mother
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I must be sotening - a romantic comedy and not a bad one at that. Starring many known British actors and with a clash of classes, this is certainly on of the better rom-com's in my opion

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