Honest [DVD] 
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Nicole and Natalie Appleton and Melanie Blatt of pop group All Saints make their acting debut in David Stewart's swinging Sixties crime caper. Sisters Gerry (Nicole), Mandy (Natalie) and Jo Chase (Melanie) hold up a Carnaby Street jewellers disguised as men. Gerry is the last to get away, and is caught and unmasked next door in the offices of 'Zero' magazine by aspiring journalist Daniel Wheaton (Peter Facinelli). Rather than turn Gerry in, Daniel puts her up for the night. Meanwhile, mob boss Duggie (Corin Redgrave) has worked out who was responsible for the hold-up, and is hot on Gerry's trail. Matters become more complicated still when Daniel's boss, Andrew Pryce-Stevens, arrives at his flat, feeds Gerry a cake filled with hallucinogenic drugs and helps himself to the stolen gems!
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Written and directed by established musician David A. Stewart, Honest marks the film debut of Nicole Appleton, Natalie Appleton and Melanie Blatt. Set against the psychedelic backdrop of London at the height of the swinging '60s, the sisters turn outlaws in a bid to escape their impoverished East End lives. Masquerading as men, they rob from the rich and give to themselves, whilst challenging both the law and the local gangsters. Howver, things begin to go badly wrong, and they are sent into a dangerous adventure towards freedom, picking up a gorgeous American writer along the way.
This hilarious, hugely entertaining romp of a film, with a classic '60s soundtrack, portrays a kind of decadence that has never been seen in a post-war Britain.
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This film is one of those curios; popstars leading a film primarily because they are popstars. However I thought the Appletons were good (forgiving the accents!), and Mel Blatt showed some real talent but was sadly under utilised.
Credit to Dave Stewart for actually getting this film made, many people talk about making films but few actually get it done, however I'm not sure we are ready for a sequel just yet.
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Three sisters dress up as men in order to go burgling and in so doing, they hope to get out of the social rut that is the east end of London. The problems with the film start here. The women, despite the disguises, are still obviously female and they still speak in undisguised female voices. Surely no-one would fall for this. The accents are obviously fake cockney and the facial grimmaces when trying to look hard are laughable, and this being set in the sixties, the whole film is sixties cliche overload.
This film was an attempt by the Appleton sisters and Melanie Blatt to break into films, but someone should have had a few words in their ears, and whatever Dave Stewart does, directing a gangster film is not his forte. In my opinion, this film is not recommended viewing.
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