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Look Around You (2002)

Look Around You
7.4 Rating
(13 ratings)
8.4 IMDB rating

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Peter Serafinowicz

Peter Serafinowicz

 Scientist / ...
James Serafinowicz

James Serafinowicz

 Student with Copybook
Nigel Lambert

Nigel Lambert

 Narrator
Robert Popper

Robert Popper

 Jack Morgan
Olivia Colman

Olivia Colman

 Pam Bachelor
Josie D

Josie D'Arby

 Pealy Maghti
Edgar Wright

Edgar Wright

 Scientist / ...
Sarah Alexander

Sarah Alexander

 Scientist / ...


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Science spoof

6 years, 11 months ago at May 2 14:38
1 vote
On the surface this seems to be an ordinary cheesy documentary series from the 80's/90's, but really it is a gem of British comedy in disguise. This is a science mockumentary series taking a prod at the so-called "scientific advances" of the aforementioned decades. When I first saw it I didn't have a clue what I was watching, then I realised what it actually was. It definately is convincing in its... read more
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Release date: 10 October 2002
British (4), Comedy (3), Science (2), Bbc (2), Satire (1), 2002 (1), Mockumentary (1), Spoof (1)
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" Number of seasons: 2 Number of episodes: 15"


tartan_skirt posted a review 6 years, 11 months ago

Science spoof

“On the surface this seems to be an ordinary cheesy documentary series from the 80's/90's, but really it is a gem of British comedy in disguise. This is a science mockumentary series taking a prod at the so-called "scientific advances" of the aforementioned decades. When I first saw it I didn't have a clue what I was watching, then I realised what it actually was. It definately is convincing in its potrayal of a typical science show from the past, and is hilarious in poking fun at them.

This is definately something for fans of British comedy to watch out for.” read more