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After a rather decided departure with his 1999 homage to [[Performer~P91508~Gilbert and Sullivan~gilbertsullivan]], [[Feature~V181069~Topsy-Turvy~topsyturvy]], [[Performer~P99264~Mike Leigh~mikeleigh]] returns to his usual form for All or Nothing, a melancholy look at the day-to-day lives of a dysfunctional lower-middle class British family called the Bassetts. [[Performer~P67069~Timothy Spall~timothyspall]] and [[Performer~P45224~Lesley Manville~lesleymanville]] (familiar to fans of [[Performer~P99264~Leigh~mikeleigh]]'s previous films) star as Phil and Penny, a common-law husband and wife who toil their gloomy days away as a cab-driver and grocery-store cashier, respectively. When the couple come to realize the growing emptiness in their relationship, an unexpected emergency within their family brings them closer together and offers the possibility of reigniting the long-extinguished spark in their marriage. Hoping to repeat the Palm D'or win of [[Performer~P99264~Leigh~mikeleigh]]'s 1996 film Secrets and Lies, All or Nothing was screened in competition at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival. ~ Matthew Tobey, Rovi

  • Release date:October 25, 2002


Timothy Spall
as Phil Bassett
Lesley Manville
as Penny Bassett
Alison Garland
as Rachel Bassett
James Corden
as Rory Bassett
Ruth Sheen
as Maureen
Marion Bailey
as Carol
Paul Jesson
as Ron
Kathryn Hunter
as Cecile
Sally Hawkins
as Samantha
Helen Coker
as Donna
Daniel Mays
as Jason
Ben Crompton
as Craig
Robert Wilfort
as Dr. Griffiths
Garry McDonald
as Neville
Diveen Henry
as Dinah
Dorothy Atkinson
as silent passenger
Emma Lowndes
as party girls
Dawn Davis
as singer
Di Botcher
as supervisor
Georgia Fitch
as Ange
Heather Craney
as Silent Passenger
Russell Mabey
as nutter
Sam Kelly
as Sid
Ben Wattley
as small boys
Thomas Brown-Lowe
as small boys
Tracy O'Flaherty
as Michelle
Valerie Hunkins
as nurse
Edna Doré
as Martha
Harry J. Lennix
as Jackson
Timothy Bateson
as Harold
Alex Kelly
as neurotic woman
Alan Williams
as drunk
Joe Tucker
as fare dodger
Brian Bovell
as garage owner
Buddy Uzzaman
as passenger
Henri McCarthy
as small boys
Jean Ainslie
as old lady
Leo Bill
as young man
Peter Stockbridge
as man with flowers
Peter Yardley
as MC
Mark Benton
as men at bar
Martin Savage
as silent passengers
Matt Bardock
as men at bar
Maxine Peake
as party girls
Michele Austin
as care worker
Oliver Golding
as small boys
Parvez Qadir
as passenger


Mike Leigh
Simon Channing-Williams
Alain Sarde
Mike Leigh
Step Parikian
Musical Direction/Supervision
Lesley Walker
Michael Redfern
Eve Stewart
Production Designer
Tom Read
Art Director
Pierre Edelman
Executive Producer
Jacqueline Durran
Costume Designer
Hannah Titley
First Assistant Director
Lucy Whitton
First Assistant Director
Lyndsay Bullock
First Assistant Director
Daniel John
First Assistant Director
Dick Pope
Camera Operator
Lucy Bristow
Camera Operator
Nina Gold
Peter Gleaves
Sound Mixer
Peter Joly
Supervising Sound Editor
Rosemary Warren-Green
Musical Performer
Bill Hawkes
Musical Performer
Georgina Lowe
Line Producer
Danielle Brandon
Production Coordinator
Deborah Reade
Post Production Supervisor
Christine Blundell
Hair Styles
Christine Blundell
Heather Storr
Script Supervisor
Helen Keen
Musical Performer
Kirstin Chalmers
Lee Sheward
Stunts Coordinator
Lesa Warrener
Malcolm Hirst
Sound Recordist
Martin Allcock
Musical Performer
Matthew Gough
Re-Recording Mixer
Mitch Dalton
Musical Performer
Adrian Rhodes
Re-Recording Mixer
Neil Lee
Location Manager