Janet has just been appointed to a key ministerial position in the shadow cabinet, the crowning achievement of her political career. She and her husband Bill plan to celebrate this with a few close friends.
As the guests arrive at their home in London the party takes an unexpected turn when Bill suddenly makes some explosive revelations that take everyone present by surprise. Love, friendships and political convictions are soon called into question in this hilarious comedy of tragic proportions.
From acclaimed British filmmaker Sally Potter, this witty, sharp and very fun new comedy features a star studded cast and is shot in black & white.
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Hitler finds out the meaning of true love
Wed, 28 Feb 2018 | Review by: Zahir J
There's a lot going on in this movie and while it's not everyone's cup of tea it does touch on so many themes of modern life.
There's the ultra-rationalist married to Bruno Ganz's new-age healing character (whom many will remember from Hitler Reacts memes - he speaks fine English!), to the lesbian couple expecting their first child all the way to a cokehead financier and an interesting play on an adulterous affair that keeps you guessing until the very unexpected end! The overarching theme however is that it asks how much would one give or take in the name of love? And boy oh boy does it set this question up cleverly and with a sort of Kafkaesk plot.
I thoroughly enjoyed the black and white format, the magnificent acting and characters development, even for such a short movie that plays out in a house, all brought out by magnificent accomplished actors.
I would recommend this to the mature generation, it's very much about the dialogue, strength of acting and how the story comes together.
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