The story of Stevie, a construction worker, and his girlfriend, an unemployed pop singer, serves to show the living conditions of the British poor class Written by
Michel Rudoy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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The accents of the characters was so heavy that the film provided subtitles, even for British audiences. See more
Between 7:56 and 8:00 minutes into the movie, as Robert Carlyle enters his squat for the first time, you can clearly see the boom under the ceiling and the boom operator on the left as Robert walks by. See more
Can anyone explain to me why someone's got to make a profit every time you boil a kettle, every time your kid has a drink of water or every time a pensioner has a warm by a gas fire?
Won't You Charleston With Me
Composed by Sandy Wilson See more