A Fistful Of Fingers.

A Fistful Of Fingers

A Fistful Of Fingers

1994 film which spoofs spaghetti westerns. An extremely early example of director Edgar Wright's unimitable style

Genre
Film
Released
1994
Starring
Sebastian Smith, Mark Sheffield, Graham Low, Oli van der Vijver, Nicola Stapleton, Martin Curtis, Neil Mullarkey, Dan Palmer and others
Writer
Edgar Wright
Director
Edgar Wright
Producers
Daniel Figuero, Zygi Kamasa and Gareth Owen

Fear spreads through Somerset when The Man With No Name enters town; he is looking for money and has something to settle with The Squint. After losing his pantomime horse, 'Easy', the Man With No Name and his sidekick, the Red Indian Running Sore, go through a series of adventures to find The Squint.

After pretending to be nuns, they find themselves in the hands of two shady men (literally!). The Man With No Name eventually finds The Squint by organising a game of Kill or Be Killed.

The film ends with the Man With No Name discovering a lot about his family history.

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Production Details

Tagline
The greatest Western ever made.... In Somerset!
UK certificate
15
Duration
78 minutes
Release date
1994
Soundtrack
Music was composed and conducted by Francois Evans
Laugh track
None

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