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Mary Roscoe

Mary Roscoe

Verena


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Joanna Hogg

Joanna Hogg

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Pointlessly boring

3 years, 9 months ago at Jul 4 19:05
Fucking hell. It's as if Joanna Hogg watched 'Y Tu Mamá También' and went "Oh no, that's terribly rude. Are you sure we can't make a proper English one and show them how it's done?" Sure, it may be a commentary on the uptight desperation of the English upper-classes, but if I wanted to know the minutiae of posh-woes and conversational claptrap I'd take a train to London and sit in a coffee shop ... read more
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Release date: 19 September 2008
Drama (2), British (2), Travel (1), Italy (1), Holiday (1), Tuscany (1), Marriage (1), Visit Films (1), Joanna Hogg (1), 2000s (1), 2007 (1)
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tartan_skirt posted a review 3 years, 9 months ago

Pointlessly boring

“Fucking hell. It's as if Joanna Hogg watched 'Y Tu Mamá También' and went "Oh no, that's terribly rude. Are you sure we can't make a proper English one and show them how it's done?" Sure, it may be a commentary on the uptight desperation of the English upper-classes, but if I wanted to know the minutiae of posh-woes and conversational claptrap I'd take a train to London and sit in a coffee shop for half an hour.” read more