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Farce about a British diplomat to a West Indian island nation who finds his idyllic existance thrown into chaos when a large American drilling company finds a huge source of natural mineral water there.Written by
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The island in the movie is the Caribbean island St. Lucia, easily identified by the pointed peak in some scenes, one of the two Pitons, the island's most iconic landmarks. It was a former British colony, that gained full independence in 1979, although it is still part of the British Commonwealth. See more »
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How can we maintain decorum if our spiritual leader is trying to put his hand up Miss Cascara's skirt?
You prefer he put his hand up my skirt?
Ar least you're used to it. You won't scream.
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I have a feeling that there will be only a few who would recognise this line, but that's good. It means the rest of you are going to have to see it. I first saw this movie in my 10th grade World History class and have loved it ever since. The story is solid, and it realistically represents all the crazy things that can happen when outside interests become fanatic. Every character in the cast adds to this realism, despite the fact that on the outside they are broadly portrayed. You don't really realise any of this when you are falling over from laughing. You can't beat a two-man revolutionary army, and Baxter's sleazy wife. And when they get invaded? More joy! It is frankly impossible to explain it...so I won't. My question is, where in the hell did Baxter actually meet this woman?
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