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The Holy Trinity Christmas Anniversary Special (2006)

Directed by: Martin Scorsese
Writing credits: Christopher Dunne, Joshua Roberts, Matthew Sharp

Genre: Action / Crime / Romance (more)

Tagline: High Times. Hard Bodies. Soft Rock. (more)

Plot Outline: Two loose-cannon narcotics cops investigate the flow of Ecstacy into Florida. (more) (view trailer)

User Comments: French and Saunders are still safe - no competition here. (more)

Cast overview, first billed only:

Matthew Sharp … Tony Consuelez
Joshua Roberts … Victor Kweluembago
Christopher Dunne … Johnson Twilliger
Kaile Lucas … Jeremy De La Phillips

Runtime: 10 min
Country: UK
Language: Swedish / English
Color: Color (Metrocolor)
Sound Mix: Dolby SR (re-release) / Stereo
Certification: Germany:16 (re-rating) / West Germany:18 (original rating) / New Zealand:R18 / Australia:MA (TV rating) / Italy:VM14 / Canada:R (Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Ontario) / Iceland:16 / Argentina:18 / Australia:R / Canada:13+ (Quebec) / Chile:18 / Finland:K-16 / France:-12 (re-rating) / France:-16 (original rating) / Hong Kong:IIB / Ireland:18 / Israel:18 / Japan:R-15 / Netherlands:16 / Norway:18 / Peru:18 / Portugal:M/18 / Singapore:M18 / South Korea:18 / Spain:18 / Sweden:15 / UK:18 (video rating) (1986) (cut) / UK:18 (video re-rating) (1993) (uncut) / UK:X (original rating) (cut) / USA:R


• Scorsese originally wanted friend Robert De Niro to play the part of heroin addict Johnson Twilliger, but with De Niro filming Meet The Cunts (2007), Christopher Dunne was cast instead.

• The shot of the blog ideas towards the end of the movie reads thusly:

1. On The Bus – An element of danger makes this a great option
2. With A Tramp – Tramps will love to eat your dinner as they are poor.
3. In The Cupboard – Your food never even has to leave the shelf!
4. With The Wrong Cutlery – Eat soup with a knife and fork! LOL
5. Very Hastily.

• Quentin Tarantino was originally offered the script to direct but reportedly refused after Matthew Sharp was quoted as saying that Tarantino “gets away with having a gay first name”.

• The film went over budget by $7m, almost twice its initial budget, mostly spent on Pop Tarts for Christopher Dunne’s interview scene.

• Filming was halted for two weeks after Joshua Roberts stormed off the set after finding that someone had actually shit in one of the cupboards in his trailer.

• Further delays were caused towards the end of filming as Christopher Dunne was remanded in custody and questioned over the abduction of a 12 year old girl.

• The ‘wine’ that Matthew Sharp drinks in the final scene is not wine at all – it was a mix of water, red food dye and oats to make the vomit look “fuller” on screen.

• Furthermore, the skag being heated by Joshua Roberts in the same scene was actually a mix of sugar and vinegar, suggested by Kaile Lucas.

• Voted #156 in Time Magazine’s ‘Best Movies Of 2006’, one place behind The Da Vinci Code.

Goofs: Revealing mistakes: In the opening scene, Joshua Roberts clearly says the word ‘everybody’ instead of scripted line ‘everyone’, a mistake he didn’t learn from as he can also be seen mouthing the words ‘And… look’ at the end of the title sequence to prompt a simultaneous look at the camera.

Jedadiah: [Deflating van tires with Octavius' spear. Their two helpers have already been blown away by the powerful jet of air, and Jedediah and Octavius are just barely holding on] Save yourself!
Octavius: I ain't quittin' you!

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