The infamous The Room. Said to be one of the worst films ever made - or is it a so-bad-it's-good? I actually found it really entertaining, just for sheer ineptitude and unintentional comedy. Make your own mind up!
Brilliant and typical male/female discussion. Her just vacillating and scheming.
"Are you winning" she asks? Goalie says "you are not really interested". "I am" she replies. "If you were interested you would have asked when you arrived" he says...."its nil-nil". "I am not interested" she adds
Another classic - got 8,0 on Imdb, so must be good :-)
So good ita blocked in the UK.. what is it ?
Blocked in the UK? Working OK here in D'land. Directed by Mike Lee - Vaguely remember it from the "Play for Today" series in the 70s, so just refreshing my memory and watching it now. Rivetting stuff (I should be out enjoying the sun) :-)
"Wow. Abigail's Party - and I am the first person to comment on it? This is certainly an interesting film. In parts it's riotously funny... I mean laugh-out-loud funny... the characters are all obnoxious (except perhaps Sue) with traits that'll make you thank the Lord that they are not your neighbours or friends. The tension just rises and rises through the film... you know it's building up to something big... by the end though it's damn depressing. You hate these characters, you want to shout at them! But the acting is brilliant. Alison Steadman's Beverly full of clichés and tartiness, with a voice that gives you the creeps. Tim Stern (Laurence), the hen-pecked husband, an uptight little weasel and an intellectual snob. Angela (Jane Duvitski), weak and ineffectual, annoying as hell, easily-led, yet comes through the whole thing with more strength than the others. John Salthouse as Tony is a magnificent character, you can feel his anger brewing underneath this quiet exterior. And then there's Susan, played by Harriet Reynolds, whose unseen daughter Abigail is the one having the party. Sue's the one who gets thrown in with all these misfits... poor thing. The setting is claustrophobic, the humour is full on, sometimes though it just gets a little too nasty for words, and leaves a rather bittersweet taste. Funny it may be but it's a bloody painful ride, and though it's looking seriously dated, it's still a fascinating piece of work"