Great Britain's Colonies are known to be the outposts of her Empire. They are reputed also to be the outposts of dressing for dinner, reading The Times, cricket and afternoon tea. But Britons find time to spare from these delights to grapple with the responsibilities of Colonial Administration. Especially are these responsibilities grave in a Colony which is a Naval Base as well. This film tells of a mythical Colony of this kind during Britain's recent Labour régime. See more
What about you having any fun?
Depends how you mean. Back in Samuel Street there was many a time when I thought 'Why the hell don't they do this that or the other?' And now by God I'm them. If I can do just one tenth of the things I cursed them for not doing, well that's my fun...