Cemetery Junction Actor, choreographer, all-rounder friend, co-director

2022-03-26 08:01
For Ricky Dene Gervais and Stephen Merchant, "Cemetery Junction" was their first two firsts, the latter's first time as a film director, and the first time the two worked together as a director a movie. However, it is not the first time for the two of them to cooperate. On the contrary, they have been friends for many years, and they have already been partners in the TV field. When it comes to the cooperation between the two, of course, the first thing to mention is the famous BBC comedy series "The Office Story " (2001-2003), which is based on the real office life of office workers and is full of The British Isles comedy style. The series quickly became the favorite of British office workers at that time, and its influence also extended to The United States of America . It not only won the Golden Globe Award in 2004, but also derived The United States of America version of "The Office" in 2005 The Story" and continues to this day. In comparison, Ricky Dene Gervais is undoubtedly more exposed. After he won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical TV Series in 2004, he entered Hollywood , first in "The Simpsons", "24 Hours" Occasionally appeared in popular dramas of The United States of America such as Counter Terrorism, and then played supporting roles in entertainment blockbusters such as " Night at the Museum " (2006) and "Stardust" (2007), and then in the warm work "Ghost". Town (2008), and last year he directed and starred in the ingenious and controversial The Birth of a Lie (2009). Entrepreneurship".
Compared with the steady and steady progress of his friends, Stephen Merchant runs his own business in a more low-key and leisurely manner behind the scenes. He was born in an acting family, his father is a little-known actor, and his sister is an art director. Merchant is also known for "The Office Story", then co-produced the series "Extras" (2005-2007) with Ricky Dene Gervais, and has guest appearances in several Hollywood comedies with The British Isles blood. For example , Dr. Russel Fell starred in "Blood Detective" (2007) and "Fat Boy Run" (2007), and starred in "The Birth of a Lie" (2009) by my friend Ricky Dene Gervais.
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  • Myrna 2022-04-03 09:01:12

    The subject matter is not uncommon, and the techniques are not new. The sense of rhythm is not enhanced by the humorous lines and high school bridges. The emotional direction is also a little less convincing. Passing work, but not refined.

  • Destini 2022-04-03 09:01:12

    It's not the kind of thorough joy, but it's also filled with a lot of awareness brought by the hard work of small people, and get to know the British town of the 1970s in a relaxed atmosphere.

Cemetery Junction quotes

  • Mrs Taylor: [revealing her eavesdropping] 1964.

    Julie: What about it?

    Mrs Taylor: That's the last time your father said thank you for a cup of tea.

  • [last lines]

    Freddie Taylor: Why did you decide to come at the last minute?

    Julie: Because I think I might be in love with you, too.

    Freddie Taylor: No, I guessed that. I mean why did you leave it until the last minute? We almost missed the train.

    Julie: No. Thought I'd make a dramatic entrance.

    Freddie Taylor: Don't know why we ran so hard, there's another one in an hour.

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