Richard Ayoade “The Double” – a couple of queries

(Spoiler alert.)

I had a wonderful time last night at the Hackney Picturehouse, and humbly submit that it’s more satisfying than the original. Qs:

  1. Am I the only person to whom it appears that the plot morphs into Mary Shelley’s Transformation?
  2. Is there a soundtrack credit list somewhere so I can nick the party song (& particularly the lyrics) for the barrel organ? If the lead singer’s wig is surplus to reqs then I’d love that too…

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Comments

  1. First Hackney, then Lancaster—that’s coming up here next month. I will deliberately not look at Transformation before then.

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