Gypo (2005)

Director
Jan Dunn

Main cast
Paul McGann; Tamzin Dunstone; Pauline McLynn; Rula Lenska; Chloe Sirene

Genres
Drama, Foreign

Description
Gypo is the story of a working class family in Margate, Kent, a town where immigrants have become the focus of most of the public's discontent. The film tells the story of the a couple of weeks in this family's life, beginning when a young Czech girl, Tash, comes to visit. The film is made in the Dogme95 tradition, so no costumes, no lighting, no props or sets, which gives the film a gritty texture appropriate to the story.


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