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Patrick Sisam


3 Movies0TV shows
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About Patrick Sisam

Patrick Sisam is most well known for writing, and has 3 known credits, of which 3 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Patrick Sisam’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Patrick Sisam’s movies you should definitely watch The Year of Getting to Know Us (2008), as with 5.0 it is the highest rated movie Patrick has worked on!

  1. The Year of Getting to Know Us (2008)
  2. Love Child (1995)
  3. The Pool Date (2012)

1. The Year of Getting to Know Us (2008 Movie)

The best rated movie Patrick Sisam has been a part of is the comedy, drama movie The Year of Getting to Know Us, where they had the role of writing. It has a rating on Friendspire of 5.0 and 4.6 on IMDb.

2. Love Child (1995)

Love Child has a rating on 6.6 on IMDb . Patrick Sisam worked on this movie as writing.

3. The Pool Date (2012)

In The Pool Date Patrick Sisam was worked as director, writer. This comedy, romance, rom-com movie has a rating on 6.0 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

What is Patrick most known for?

Patrick Sisam is most known for writing. Patrick has worked on 3 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Patrick Sisam’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is The Year of Getting to Know Us, which has a score of 5.0.

Patrick’s Filmography

Executive producer. Nine year old Murray Murray is discovering his sexuality in the era of disco and leisure suits. He has a crush on sixteen year old Deidre, whose younger sister believes herself to be Murray's girlfriend. He also must deal with, among other things, the noisome, nightly lovemaking of his swinger parents.

Executive producer. The Pool Date is a film about a misunderstanding. It's also a film about sexuality, curiosity and acceptance - and how a strangely intimate connection can be made between two very different people, from two very different worlds - without either of them speaking a word. The story is inspired (in part) by the urban legend A Packet of Biscuits. Although, variations of the tale have been explored in the 1988 Dutch film Boeuf Bourgignon, the 1989 short The Lunch Date and the writing of Ian McEwan and Jeffrey Archer, The Pool Date puts on a new spin as it examines themes of cultural difference, personal space and, above all, sexual desire.

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