Funny; literate; insightful; and a little naughty, at times, thank goodness. Also, a great confirmation, to me, of why, by-and-large, I totally ignore all modern so-called comedies; a view which should be seen to be not just the promptings of nostalgia by one who's waited so very, very long for this release. Ostensibly simple-minded, and funny in places for it, it also has a gentle, caustic prod at most things deemed to be the enemy by a free-thinker, with no swearing, which may prove, perversely, to be in itself, gratuitous to some to-day.
Oh, and Belinda Sinclair, of course, an early crush..; Belinda, if you read this, where are you now? If not with Shelley, please let me know ! I'll be watching this space.
Heath St John.