11 November 2005 | Britney-Keira
Obscure, light and passable entertainment
It sums it up really doesn't it. It really is an obscure movie, mid thirties and fairly short, and judging from the number of votes here, little seen. What can you say about this film? It is in the very British model of farcical comedies where mix ups are often and communication is forgotten. There are moments when you laugh out load and there are moments where you groan in exasperation. Interestingly though, throughout this film you can see ideas that people have grabbed and ran with. The main character played by Tom Walls has been explored more fully in many other movies, including spy movies and comedies. This movie is a forerunner to other, more fully realised, and fully developed stories. It is entertaining enough, and for me has been the first Tom Walls film I have seen. I look forward with interest, to seeing other of his films. Don't expect greatness here, expect an hour of light entertainment, and you will not be disappointed.