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Vince Powell film reviews

Vince Powell

British director


Pardon the Expression


The Graduate 1965

Leonard Swindley becomes the deputy manager of the department store Dobson & Hawks. He is constantly suspended between the demands of management and the reluctance of the employees.


Never Mind the Quality, Feel the Width


The Graduate 1967

Two tailors run the business together - Manny Cohen is Jewish and Patrick Kelly is Irish catholic. They do not allow their religion get in the way of good argument.


Love Thy Neighbour


The Graduate 1972

The life of suburban family is about to change completely when new neighbours move in next door. Especially Eddie is not so keen to have black neighbours.


The Wackers


The Graduate 1975

The Clarksons is typical Liverpool family - they live in small house of red bricks, where there isn’t much space for anyone. Billy Clarkson, father and husband, just returns after 2 years spent on a merchant ship... Well, almost - he spent last 2 years in prison.


Mind Your Language


The Graduate 1977

English tutor takes up group of imigrants on "English for foreigners" course, but his naive enthusiasm quickly fades away when he realizes what problems he will have to face.


Bottle Boys


The Graduate 1984

The staff of Dawson’s Dairies delivers the milk to the suburban part of London, but milk is hardly their most important topic during conversations in canteen.

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