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Make Mine Milk

Make Mine Milk

Make Mine Milk

Wilson works as a young assistant to Herman Bluke, a film producer with a bizarre obsession with milk.

Lee Ruttle, Chris Bloxsom and Lynda Parker star in Aysegul Epengin's quirky comedy, written and produced by Dylan Pank.

The film was shot at locations around Southsea and portsmouth, including the Portsmouth City Museum and Record Office.  The cast is drawn from local actors, many of them members of Southsea Shakespeare Actors.

Cinematography by Karen Savage and Simon Farmer

last updated: 08/11/07

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Luke Stutters
Wonderfully clean presentation together with some crafted shots. The office of the film boss and the author's house were attractive pieces of film.

Stuart Olesker
A stylish piece of film making, pleasingly shot with close attention to detail. Enjoyed the sly humour.

Nick Downes
Thought it was great fun! Excelllent production values.

Simon Farmer
Beautifully put together - really liked how the phonecall scenes went together. Great editing and sound. The cinematography was also very good!

Dick Lane
Amusing and well played by the two main characters.

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