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The Commuter (2010)

The Commuter, which was filmed entirely on the Nokia N8 in HD, stars Dev Patel as a commuter on his way to his first day of work. In this action-packed short film, Dev battles a killer ... See full summary »

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Edward McHenry (screenplay), Rory McHenry (screenplay)
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Credited cast:
Dev Patel ... The Commuter
Ed Westwick ... Bellboy In Lift
Pamela Anderson ... Female Guest in Hotel
Charles Dance ... The Traffic Warden
Tom So Tom So ... Blind Man
Anya Lahiri ... Girl in Car
Daniel Godward ... Wide Boy outside Hotel & Bus Driver (as Dan Godward)
Michael Wilson Michael Wilson ... Banker 1 (as Mike Wilson)
Sam Parnham Sam Parnham ... Banker 2
Chase Armitage ... Banker 3
Ria Carroll Ria Carroll ... Mother with Buggy at Bus Stop
Kayleigh Norton Kayleigh Norton ... Hotel Chambermaid in lift
Jonathan Wallis Jonathan Wallis ... Room Service Waiter in Hotel
Jeremy Broad ... Male Guest in Hotel
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tommy Coleman Tommy Coleman ... The Valet
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The Commuter, which was filmed entirely on the Nokia N8 in HD, stars Dev Patel as a commuter on his way to his first day of work. In this action-packed short film, Dev battles a killer Traffic Warden, a blind ninja, parkour bankers and comes face-to-face with Pamela Anderson before getting stuck in a lift with Ed Westwick and stealing a Lotus...will he make it in time? Written by Anonymous

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 October 2010 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK See more »

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Cling Film TV See more »
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Color
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Awesome free movie on YouTube!
17 November 2010 | by kwai-chiSee all my reviews

I was on the NokiaUK YouTube channel and came across this awesome video! It's got so many famous stars in it and it's all just filmed on a little cell phone (Nokia N8). It's really amazing! It's got Dev Patel (the guy from Slumdog Millionaire), Pamela Anderson (Playboy), Ed Westwick (Breaking and entering) and Charles Dance (not sure what he's been in. It's a really clever little movie about a guy on a journey. I don't want to give anything away but I think it's safe to say that Dev Patel's character is the main one through the film and he goes through a hell of a commute! Without giving it all away he gets shot at, chased after, drives a very nice Lotus and he has a run in with a traffic warden.

The whole cast were really good at their role and very convincing. I wasn't sure about Pamela Anderson's acting the first time around but when I watched it again I think that what she did fitted with the whole film. Dev Patel was awesome as usual and the famous guy out of Gossip girl was pretty good too. I thought Charles Dance was pretty camp and I had no idea why until the end. All in all a great film and worth a watch. Because it's on Youtube it's all free to watch too which is even better. I watched it on my TV which has got internet on it.


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