276°
Posted 20 hours ago

Up The Junction: A Virago Modern Classic (VMC)

£9.9£99Clearance
ZTS2023's avatar
Shared by
ZTS2023
Joined in 2023
82
63

About this deal

Never have Britain's youngsters been so ready to speak out. About sex. About religion. Themselves. About their elders. About any subject under the sun. But instead of being commended for their candour they're penalised. - Penalised and exploited by the supposedly responsible adults who produce TV plays and documentaries, write books and plays. On Monday, B.B.C. TV's 24-Hours did a programme on birth control. Supposedly, it was a serious attempt to assess the dangers and advantages of birth control clinics. But was it really necessary to parade so many youngsters who were willing to go to bed with their partners before marriage? "Yes." says a B.B.C. spokesman. "We know that the new kind of morality that's always talked about actually exists." I said, “baloney!” Kylie Jenner names which sister is the closest to daughter Stormi... and even calls her a 'second mother' to everyone including herself

According to Kinematograph Weekly, there were four British films in the top ten general releases of 1968: Up the Junction, Poor Cow, Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush and Carry on Doctor. A Nicole Young denies accusation that she 'rearranged her face', plastic surgeons reveal procedures that could have caused change Damals war das neu. Heute, nach -zig Mike-Leigh-und-Ken-Loach-Filmen und jeder Menge "angry young men"- und "kitchen sink"-Literatur wissen wir über die Befindlichkeiten der britischen Arbeiterklasse Bescheid. Inzwischen ist Battersea längst gentrifiziert, das Arbeiterviertel gibt es nicht mehr, und sollte sich heutzutage nochmal jemand über die Themse wagen, wird man nicht unbedingt mit offenen Armen empfangen - wie schon vor 20 Jahren der Pulp-Song "Common People" andeutete. Was bleibt, sind im Grunde genommen Zeugnisse einer untergegangen Welt. Jodie Marsh is branded 'pathetic' after vegan glamour model compared meat-eaters to serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer Poor Cow chronicles the life of working-class Joy (outstandingly played by Carol White), whose uncaring husband (John Bindon) and sensitive lover (Terence Stamp) are both in prison. She has a baby boy called Jonny to provide for and a healthy regard for sex. In a chapter from the book titled ‘Turned On’, here is Joy writing to her lover Dave who is in prison: “Oh darling I’m thinking of all what we taked aboat [sic] and I’ll never regret what we done in Sex. We done so many wonderful things, and it wasn’t [sic] wrong because we were in LOVE”.I'm A Celebrity hosts Ant and Dec reveal it took two HOURS to film Tony Bellew's hilarious drinking trial

Camilla has 'no relationship' with Prince Harry despite sympathy for what Meghan went through, as she has 'no respect for how they handled themselves' Omid Scobie's sneak peak 'truth bombs': Every claim the 'Sussex Cheerleader-In-Chief' makes against the Royal Family in extracts book Endgame Prince William 'has only read passages of Spare', but rejected two attempts by Harry to set up a meeting via a mutual friend after publicationThey face each other in the gentle air. Everyone is quiet and Ted staggers and quivers with drink and rage. Danny Cipriani takes a cryptic swipe at wife Victoria just days after she was left 'devastated' seeing cosy pictures of him with his Strictly partner Jowita Przystal Though justifiably not considered a particularly important British film of the late sixties, "Up The Junction" has much genuine charm and remains a film for which I have a lot of affection. The REAL reason why Grace Dent QUIT I'm A Celeb: Food critic, 50, reached breaking point after being voted for a trial Treats for under the tree: Top 10 festive gift ideas that promise to be all THEY want for Christmas

Asda Great Deal

Free UK shipping. 15 day free returns.
Community Updates
*So you can easily identify outgoing links on our site, we've marked them with an "*" symbol. Links on our site are monetised, but this never affects which deals get posted. Find more info in our FAQs and About Us page.
New Comment