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Horsenden Hill was the filming location of the breakdown situation. See more »
[finds a blindfolded naked man cuffed to her bed]
What the hell is this?
OH HAPPY BIRTHDAY DEAR GERALDINE, CONGRATULATIONS, YOU'RE SEVENTEEN!
My name is not Geraldine and it's not my birthday
Isn't it? This is 25 Shelldrake Avenue?
No this is 23 Shelldrake Avenue
Oh, how appallingly embarrassing of me, I'm an S&M-ogram, I must've gotten the wrong address
[embarrassed, under his breath]
Wait... don't I know you?
God I hope not
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Love Plus One
(Nick Heyward (as Heyward))
Performed by Haircut 100
Used by kind permission of BMG Eurodisc Limited
Published by Bryan Morrison Music Limited See more »
This is a thoroughly enjoyable, well-acted film. It is funny and sometimes hilarious. The finale is a bit disappointing, since it tries to wrap everything up into too neat a package. The film is better remembered for its priceless vignettes: the Jane Austen staging, the camping trip as examples. B & H does not attempt to mirror the predominant attitudes toward homosexuality and bisexuality. Most of the characters are quite accepting of sexual diversity. In that sense it is a joyous vacation from homophobic society. And it is a celebration of a flexibility, a loosening of rigid sexual categories--perhaps a happy harbinger of things to come.
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