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Gervais' Cemetery Junction footage online

RickyGervais.jpgThere's some footage online for Cemetery Junction, the comedy from Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant set in the 1970's and focusing on some friends who are working together in an insurance company.

The film draws on real life experiences, and listening to Gervais talk about the story in the video you'll also think that it's a very personal story too, but that doesn't mean it's not going to be filled with laughs.

Both Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant discuss the film and have a joke about their place as directors, there's not too much footage, but we get to see some scenes from a nightclub that set the tone for the film.

Gervais talks about how they're being careful not to over do the seventies memorabilia for the era and make it all rose tainted, but to make it more realistic and as it was at the time.

There's a cracker of a line from Merchant at the end of the two talking about the film and it's hilarious, now that's comedy.

Here's a tiny wee glimpse of Cemetery Junction for you.

Update: Oh and if you want it you can see the teaser trailer that has no footage from the film what so ever. Why bother? At least we got some footage from the previous clip!



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