Precious Bodily Fluids

A Sentence on There’s a Girl in My Soup

Charmed, I'm sure

Silly usurps funny (for the most part) and Peter Sellers usurps Goldie Hawn (completely) in this crackpot British movie pitting the vanity of philandering-but-cultured maturity against the naivete of freewheeling hippie youth, illustrating the ultimate absurdity and ignorance of both social groups during an era of 20th century elitism clashing with its own quite inevitable offspring.

Hetero-dysfunctional, or, auto-erotic

TV-turned-on

Dirty old man

Resistance is futile

Felicity-multiplicity

Do hope I'm not disturbing you?

Cockfight

Odd couple

Briefly matching

European

Compromised

Lovely

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This entry was published on May 11, 2010 at 11:21 am. It’s filed under 1970s Cinema, British Film, One-Sentence Reviews and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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