Keith Allan's Tourette de France details
|Formats:||Ex DVD, 18 LOVEFiLM Instant|
|Starring:||Keith Allan, John Davidson|
|Directors:||Keith Allen, Ned Parker|
|Studio:||FABULOUS FILMS LTD.|
Keith Allan's Tourette de France
LOVEFiLM Instant Information
|Run time:||48 minutes|
|Rental release:||To be confirmed|
Most helpful review
one to upset your nan if shes having a doze in the garden and you have your window open and the volume up a little too loudBy a customer from G'send , 16 Mar 2009
[Highly rated reviewer]do you like thinly veiled documentaries that purport to be dealing with heavyweight issues? do you like swearing? then you are going to LOVE this documentary. its a glorious swearathon from start to finish. this documentary is so revolutionary, so ground breaking that it unleashes a whole host of never heard before swears. its worth the rental solely to increase your sweary volcabulary. this film gets an A f*cking plus.
review of the filmBy a customer , 12 Nov 2013This could have been very intersting film however the commentator was just awful, just awful, shame as i think that anyone else could have presented this film, rather splendid bus though, shame they are not still on the road...................
A great documentary.By gingerspike (432 reviews) from Grimsby , 16 Jun 2013Another documentary about every viewers's favourite condition. There is no doubting that Tourette's Syndrome can be a comical subject, most people being able to find at least a laugh or two by documentaries on the subject. This is no exception, aided by having Keith Allen as the narrator and presenter. That said, the film does explore the serious and often tragic aspects of Tourette's. Well worth a look (and a laugh)! Interesting!
interesting informative and funnyBy Tinaangel (27 reviews) , 05 Apr 2013very interesting and informative. sometimes funny and other times a little disturbing but all in all a well rounded documentary explaining tourettes
i liked itBy a customer , 01 Feb 2013good and funny. i laughed out loud and enjoyed sharing the experiences of those featured in the documentary. great guys all round really made me smile
Funny documentaryBy filmbelle (10 reviews) from Sidcup , 16 Mar 2009I mistakenly believed this was going to be a film. So I was a little disappointed when I realised that it was a documentary. However, it did give my husband and I amusement. It is clearly quite a difficult thing to live with but the documentary makers were obviously trying to amuse the watchers but adding captions over the filming to ensure you knew exactly what profanities the sufferers were shouting out.
My favourite bit was when the adult suffer told the story of when he met Prince Charles and what he shouted out to him.
This is something to watch if you think tourettes (and swearing) has its funny side - it will then amuse you.