While a narrator tells the story of a night of terror that changes his life forever, 16 young people chat about their lives in London. With topics ranging from the drug "ecstasy," to AIDs and one-night stands, to the sound of BritPop, and to the urban issues of racism, punk, hooliganism, and the London Police, the film documents funny and revealing insights with an unforgettable and unexpected chain of events.
- Stars:Ricci Harnett, Kelly Marcel, Tania Emery, Julie Rice, Thomas Dyton, Robyn Lewis, Stuart Laing, Shireen Abdel-Moneim, Al Nedjari, Paul Tonkinson, Ruth Purser, Charles De'Ath, Elaine Britten, Chris Pavlo, Kate Allenby,
- Director:Simon Rumley,
- Writer:Simon Rumley
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(nl) wrote: Such a refreshing light hearted comedy! The beginning is a bit dramatic but the story unfolds quite well and it was definitely enjoyable to watch!
(au) wrote: Alrightee, but the prequel was way better.
(br) wrote: I wasn't expecting much and to its credit it delivers just that. Long stretches of ponderous nothing, poor attempts at scares and everything gets neatly wrapped up in the last 10 minutes or so. Its only saving grace is the earnest performance of much of the cast who do their best with the script, such as it is.
(kr) wrote: Off beat, mildly entertaining, culture clash romantic comedy
(nl) wrote: I'll always love this movie even though it's one of the stupidest movies I've ever seen, I'm always enjoying it. And it's so freaking funny.
(ag) wrote: i love this movie it is funny beging to end
(ag) wrote: i really liked this movie
(ca) wrote: Movies like this (ones with a completely absurd premise) you're supposed to just enjoy for the laughs, and while it has a few of them, the story is just so silly that it's hard to take it seriously.
(de) wrote: Although I just confessed to all my Facebook friends that I love these cheesy Airport flicks, this last one, "The Concorde... Airport '79" didn't quite cut it. The storyline was sporatic and yet still too predictable. There were no edge-of-the-seat moments and it appeared that the writers must have fallen asleep while sitting at the big table dreaming this movie up. Oh, well. I still watched the whole thing....
(ag) wrote: Lots of singing, for a cowboy.