Paul Slippery (Hugh Laurie), a forty-something doctor, lives with his wife Estelle and three sex-obsessed sons Rory, Daniel and Edwin in the west London suburb of Putney. On top of coping ... See full summary »
As a war rages on in the province of Bougainville in Papua New Guinea, a young girl becomes transfixed by the Charles Dickens novel Great Expectations, which is being read at school by the only white man in the village.
When Newman decides she doesn't want to be burdened with children, she decides to take the pill--which, as we all know from those ubiquitous posters of the 1960s, was a "No No" so far as the Pope was concerned.
John Cleese at his absolute best! Possibly better than Monty Python for those who do not understand Python humour (Personally, I never had a problem).
John Cleese is able to inject so much comedy yet still get his well-learned messages across in a way that nobody else seems to be able to do; it really is an Extremely humorous Customer Service Training Film.
I highly recommend this short movie for any business that has a Customer Service element. Though it is a selection of short stories within a select number of service industries, the lessons learned are EQUALLY applicable to ALL service industries.
I used it to help Computer Technicians prepare for Field Service, it was always the highlight of my Training Class.
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