R ˇ 2001 ‧ Comedy/Dark comedy ‧ 1h 44m
Initial release: January 22, 2001
Director: Billy Morrissette
Music by: Anton Sanko
Adapted from: Macbeth
"Scotland, Pa." is a black comedy retelling of Shakespeare's "Macbeth," set against the backdrop of a fast food restaurant in the early 70s, ... Release Date (Streaming): Mar 22, 2005 Production Co: Paddy Wagon Productions, Veto Chip Productions, Abandon Pictures Release Date (Theaters): Feb 15, 2002 wide
Scotland PA is hysterical and Christopher Walken is a delight as Lieutenant McDuff, the cop with the unfulfilled ambition of running his own food joint.
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Feb 15, 2002 ˇ The case is so suspicious that the local cops call in Lt. Ernie McDuff (Christopher Walken), who affects a kind of genial absent-mindedness as a ...
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Maura Tierney as Lady McBeth, James LeGros as McBeth and Christopher Walken as McDuff deliver excellent comical, deadpan performances.
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Scotland, PA is a 2001 film written and directed by Billy Morrisette, starring James LeGros, Maura Tierney, and Christopher Walken. It's 1975, and in the …
Nov 7, 2007 ˇ Scotland, Pa is based on William Shakespeare's Macbeth. The McBeths work at a hamburger stand and think they can run it better.