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British Pakistani's are so cool.
When the 'old world' meets its cosmopolitan urban offspring against a backdrop of open relationships, race revolts, shady business and political scandal. Feelin' it!
Fun movie from a dead time.
one wacky couple... and that guy from the fine young cannibals makes it that much better..
the best line is when the father says.. "I am content.. it is agitation that I seek"
in a perfect world, it'd be mentioned in the same breath as 8 1/2 and Dr. Strangelove. profoundly ambitious and hysterical. a work of gonzo genius.
Very many nice touches: I saw this with a friend (who's since written about the social construction of gender), and we both cracked up about the evening class on semiotics, etc.
This movie made me become a screenwriter.
ahh movies back when they could be fun little grandiosities, which our neocon hell of a country will never be able to make (apologies for the diatribe.)
London Burns. Lesbians Rule. Girls just want to have fun. Perfect 80s City Cinema.
Frances Barber crept into my teenage consciousness with this anti Thatcher polemic. All 80's angst chiming with my growing political awareness.