Directed by: Bruce Robinson
Starring: Paul McGann, Ralph Brown, Richard E. Grant, Richard Griffiths
Genres: Comedy, Drama
Question: Why doesn't Maroowd want Withnail accompanying him to the train station? I thought they were supposed to be friends?
Chosen answer: I'm not sure they are friends, they were just thrown together by circumstance. Withnail treats Marwood badly throughout the film. When Marwood gets his role, he smartens himself up and can't wait to get out of there, not even bothering to move his stuff out, saying his dad will do it. I think that they both realise that it's the end of their relationship, and Marwood just wants to get it over with.
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Withnail: Are you the farmer? Marwood: Shut up, I'll deal with this. Withnail: We've gone on holiday by mistake. We're in this cottage here. Are you the farmer? Marwood: Stop saying that Withnail, of course he's the fucking farmer!
When Monty drives Withnail & I into Penrith the radish is on his left lapel. When they arrive in Penrith a few minutes later, the radish has mysteriously moved to his right lapel.
The bottle of lighter fluid Withnail drinks had been filled with water throughout rehearsals, but for the actual take was filled with vinegar, unbeknownst to Richard E. Grant, who plays Withnail. The director made the switch to get a good reaction from him.