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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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Keith
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June
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Vince
Lizzy McInnerny ...
Fleur
Veronica Clifford ...
Mrs. Hatfield
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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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recently acquired a copy and was not disappointed
3 October 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

i watched this movie on TV in 1987 i recorded to video and watched it countless times. i was very lucky recently to be given a DVD copy.it is nearly 20 years since i have watched this comedy/drama and it did not disappoint me.

the story begins with two couples the guys are business partners. as soon as they step on the boat the bully husbands wife is not happy with anything about the boat she wants to go home .the tension builds from the first day.

the other business partner is a weak guy and as no guts whatsoever.

the movie really gets going when keith one of the partners goes back to his factory to settle a dispute.and leaves alistair in charge of the boat.

within minutes alistair has grounded the boat .they all think they have met a lucky mascot vince who comes to their rescue ,he refloats the boat and june invites him on the boat for a drink at the annoyance of keith her husband who says "we don't even know who this guy is" the story quickly unfolds as vince is a phsycopathic madman. ENJOY


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