An elderly Margaret Thatcher talks to the imagined presence of her recently deceased husband as she struggles to come to terms with his death while scenes from her past life, from girlhood to British prime minister, intervene.
Richard E. Grant
When the door is opened at hotel after the beach scene, the door handle is a magnetic keycard style, specifically a Ving Card 980 not released until the late- to mid-'90s. See more »
But tomorrow's Linda's big day. She needs me. Send somebody else.
OK. How about I send Linda for the film, and you can spend tomorrow with Harry's cock down your throat?
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This movie shows no real story, no characters, no truth and no good filmography. It just uses the Linda Boreman's name to produce a snotty melodrama which is very far from a true porno star Linda Lovelace. Almost all the facts of her life are distorted in this movie. Probably the makers of the film thought that expectations of some spicy sex scenes will attract the specific viewers. However, the sex scenes in this movie are filmed so amateurishly that they can be appropriate only for inexperienced filmmakers. With such a great pretense this movie is just boring and full of clichés. Don't waste your time, it's not worth to watch.
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