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Way Upstream (1987)

| Comedy, Drama, Horror | TV Movie
Two couples who go on a boating holiday together, and run into some strange people and events.

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Alistair
Joanne Pearce ...
Emma
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Vince
Lizzy McInnerny ...
Fleur
Veronica Clifford ...
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Two couples who go on a boating holiday together, and run into some strange people and events.

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great film
19 July 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I have watched this film over the years again and again and my two sons have grown up with it. I have been a fan of gorgeous Stuart Wilson since I saw him in The Strauss Family and loved him ever since. The film is a mixture of comedy,tragedy and black comedy. All the characters are stuck in an unsatisfying rut of different types of frustration and disappointment with their lives. The films unique setting-aboard a small rented cabin cruiser on a so called "holiday" could put you off boating for life (unless you want to see Hadworth Brick works and dash off a postcard). All in all it is a really interesting film and the unexpected ending leaves you thinking.


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