Withnail and I Movie Review

Bittersweet tale of two loser actors, who spend a weekend drunk at an uncle's country cabin. George Harrison executive-produced. Best known for launching the underexposed Grant's career. And for being severely overrated.

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Producer : Paul M. Heller

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Withnail and I Rating

" Good "

Rating: NR, 1987

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