R | | Comedy, Musical
The comedy team takes a look at life in all its stages in their own uniquely silly way.
one of the topless running girls.
Englishmen, you're all so fucking pompous. None of you have got any balls.
The organ harvester tell's the man's widow that he has to be dead to donate his liver. While the man will almost certainly die from being cut open the way the way he was, one doesn't need to be dead to donate their liver. Unlike other internal organs, the liver can regenerate lost tissue, so he could have donated half of his liver and survived.
In the opening credits, the title is initially written as "MEANING OF LIFF", then a lightning strike corrects that to "LIFE". A book, "The Meaning of Liff", written by Douglas Adams and John Lloyd was published in 1983.
$1,987,000 (USA) (3 April 1983)
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