Sixty Six

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Sixty Six New Preview Clips

A young Jewish boy is preparing for his Bar Mitzvah in Sixty Six.Four preview clips of Sixty, a comedy directed by Paul Weiland that mixes both British and Jewish humor, are available at:

Sixty Six Preview Clips

To convince you to have a look enjoy this funny clip from the movie Sixty Six:

Aunt Lila’s Cooking

Sixty Six is about a young Jewish boy eagerly preparing for his bar mitzvah (a ritual party between childhood and manhood) until the Soccer World Championship comes to compete with his event…

Sixty Six Extended Preview

Sixty SixAn extended preview of the upcoming comedy Sixty is available at:

Sixty Six First Five Minutes

Sixty Six is mainly about a young boy living in a crazy family with a bar mitzvah and the 1966 soccer world cup in background.

Sixty Six Pictures of The Movie

Jewish family in Sixty Six the movieSome stills and pictures of Sixty Six are available at:

Sixty Six Pictures

In Sixty Six we are to meet a really funny Jewish / British family.

Sixty Six US Poster

Sixty Six 66The official poster of Sixty Six 66 which had been desined for the US market is not as funny as the first UK poster. Compare them yourself at:

Sixty Six Poster

I think the US team missed something here…

Sixty Six New 66 Trailer

Sixty Six 66A new trailer has shown up for Sixty Six, the drama comedy movie directed by Paul Weiland and starring Eddie Marsan, Helena Bonham Carter, Stephen Rea, Catherine Tate, Peter Serafinowicz, Geraldine Somerville, Richard Katz, Ben Newton, Gregg Sulkin. You may watch it below:

“A boy’s barmitzvah looks set to be a disaster when it coincides with the 1966 World Cup Final.”

Some funny Jewish humor in this movie! Love it! Sixty Six is a great comedy movie, totally recommend it!

Sixty Six

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Directed by Paul Weiland
Starring David Bark-Jones, Eddie Marsan, Gregg Sulkin, Thomas Drewson, Helena Bonham Carter, Peter Serafinowicz, Catherine Tate, Stephen Rea
Release Date: August 1, 2008

More Information at: Sixty Six