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I saw this in 1983 on a Sunday sitting on my mum's laps I live in Luton,Beds 20 years later I saw this again. I still remember all the words. Its another British film that never made it to the USA. To me its like a a version of a John Hughs movie. That may sound odd but thats just me. The mum and dad go out for a party, the kids get to tog her and throw a party. Lots of birds and drink what can go wrong. Lots of things. The actor that made this movie funny, is Toby"Top of Top on" Ha ha classic. Its so 80's. I love that line most of the actors say"Can you smell horese" ha ha. I can kind relate to Toby hes at a party and no one wants to talk to him. I am also love the fact they played Sex Pistols song. SEE THIS
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