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Production began on 22 January and ran for four weeks. The film was largely shot at Twickenham Studios and Bray Studios with the outdoor opening scenes being filmed on location in Marble Hill Park , Twickenham. The way in which these scenes were lit was meant as a pastiche of Close Encounters of the Third Kind. The scale model shots of the ship in flight were taken from the TV series Space: Due to the variety of shots used the appearance of the ship changes over the course of the film.
Warren has called the film "dreadful in a nice sort of way". In the United States, the film was released as Spaced Out by the newly-founded Miramax , which re-edited the film to include new voice-overs and music and an upbeat ending.
Warren, who was not consulted on these changes, says the only alteration he "really liked" was the new title, as he had thought Outer Touch to be "quite negative-sounding". In a contemporary review, John Pym of The Monthly Film Bulletin described the film as a " slap-and-tickle shoestring parody" that "gratifyingly lacks any of the usual directorial knowingness" and whose cast "achieve a kind of capering charm.
TV Guide calls the film "amateurish". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Spaced Out film. Release date. Running time.
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