House Of Whipcord

House Of Whipcord
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William

This is actually interesting and very nicely shot for a terrible film. ("God What A Terrible Film", https://www.theguardian.com/film/2005/mar/11/2). I wanted to give it 3+1/2 ...Read more

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#haikumoviereview

Prim and proper Brits
twist societal niceness
into a taut noose.

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