Darren Paul Fisher joins forces with Executive Producer, Peter
Powell, and takes the audience on an energetic journey through
the ups and downs of the University lifestyle.
gorgeous guys and six gorgeous girl, place them together in
the halls of residence and watch sparks fly! Luke likes Mel
who likes David who likes Nicole. Jack and Cass keep splitting
up (but only at the end of each term). Steph faces some major
lifestyle decisions, Beth thinks everyone is after her body
and NOBODY seems to be doing any work.
Inbetweeners cover all universal issues: namely love, sex, temptation,
identity and friendship. And Pot Noodles. Set to become the
cream of new British talent, the cast is made up of a gifted
group of young individuals, most of them newcomers to the film
world but with a wealth of experience in theatre and television
- featuring Kate Loustau (Elizabeth), Sarah Vandenbergh (Neighbours,
Hollyoaks) & Jane Peachey (London's Burning).
firm favourite with the media and the public alike, Johnny Ball
is cast in a hilarious and inspired cameo role as a University
lecturer. Johnny's star quality shines through and is sure to
win the hearts of fans, old and new.
As well as being the first commercial British film to be shot
on DV, Inbetweeners also features a blistering soundtrack from
the best new bands in the UK. From indie rock to hip-hop, from
pop to dance, the music reflects the variety of student life
you want to live it, are about to live it or have already lived
it, Inbetweeners will make you believe you are there experiencing
it. Inbetweeners premiers on May 16th 2001 and releases theatrically
on May 18th 2001. It is released on DVD and video later this
year via Universal.