Queen Elizabeth I travels to late twentieth-century Britain to discover a tawdry and depressing landscape where life mostly seems aimless and is anyway held cheap. Three post-punk girls while away their vacuous existence as best they can, from time-to-time straying into murder to relieve the boredom. Written by
Jeremy Perkins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sex, drugs and punk rock. Add violence and time travel and you have Jubilee.
Did You Know?
In her opening speech, Amyl Nitrate tells us that her favourite song is "Don't Dream It, Be It". That song was written for The Rocky Horror Show (filmed as The Rocky Horror Picture Show
(1975)) by co-star Richard O'Brien
, who plays court magician John Dee. See more
After the policemen shoot Angel and Sphinx dead, Sphinx's eyes blink before the camera cuts away. See more
[Bod picks up the phone
Most people would hang up the phone, she's hanging on for dear life.
Featured in Brows Held High: Jubilee
Right to Work
Performed by Chelsea
Written by Gene October
Produced by Miles Copeland and Mark Perry See more