James Penfield has made a career out of journalism. Now bankrupt, he finds himself with a group of other writers in the middle of the dispute-ridden British homeland at the time of the Falklands War.
Did You Know?
Part of the film, towards the end, is set at the Conservative Party annual conference in Brighton in 1982, and was actually filmed at that event. In one shot at the conference, Penfield is seen lighting a cigarette amongst a crowd of conference delegates, and just behind his right shoulder is John Major
, who would later succeed Margaret Thatcher
as Prime Minister. See more
Referenced in The Killing Floor
Music by Ronald Hanmer
Bosworth Music Ltd See more