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||IMDB Rating: 6.0/10 from 117 votes
||Release: 28 January 2000 (UK) /
||Genre: Comedy, Crime, Drama
||Director: Simon Rumley,
||Stars: Al Nedjari, Charles De'Ath, Chris Pavlo, Elaine Britten, Julie Rice, Kate Allenby, Kelly Marcel, Paul Tonkinson, Ricci Harnett, Robyn Lewis, Ruth Purser, Shireen Abdel-Moneim, Stuart Laing, Tania Emery, Thomas Dyton
||Synopsis: While a narrator tells the story of a night of terror that changes his life forever, 16 young people chat about their lives in London. With topics ranging from the drug "ecstasy," to AIDs and one-night stands, to the sound of BritPop, and to the urban issues of racism, punk, hooliganism, and the London Police, the film documents funny and revealing insights with an unforgettable and unexpected chain of events. Written by Bob Lee
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Strong Language is one of those films that sounds like an awful idea on
paper: a little-known, independent British film, made on a tiny budget with
a virtually unknown cast. On top of that, there is no real plot (although
there is a continuous story - more about that in a moment) and the actors
are, for the most part, working from a script that they themselves helped
write in extensive improvisation sessions. The film is also perhaps unique
in having seventeen cast members, none of whom ever meet up on
The basic principle is simple: the characters, all young Londoners from a
variety of backgrounds, speak to the audience, Talking Heads-style, about
issues that affect them: music, alcohol, drugs, sex, and even some
Some of the comments are funny, some absolutely hilarious, and a few are
even quite profound.
As in real life, there is a broad cross-section of society represented, and
if sometimes the characters seem a little stereotyped, then this is not
necessarily a bad thing; it helps the audience identify with - or laugh
some of their more outrageous suggestions. There is a supermarket shelf
stacker, a fetish model, a teacher, and a young lady who is "far too busy
work". The audience finds itself alternately roaring with laughter at some
of the unbelievable points of view put forward, or nodding in sympathy.
of the characters are racist, some are sexist, some are fascist. Strong
Language means exactly that: it has not done its job if it does not shock
much as it amuses.
As the film progresses, we discover that there is order to this apparently
random collection of anecdotes. A single central story starts to emerge
the most mysterious of the characters, around which the others continue to
discuss their various issues. And in the last three minutes of the film we
discover something else about all of the characters, which I won't spoil
Writer/producer/director Simon Rumley clearly has a gift for words on a par
with, say, Quentin Tarantino; and in a sense, there is a distinct
in directorial style as well. But Tarantino is equally happy letting hard
action tell the story, while Rumley, possibly because of budget
has had to rely on words alone. Fortunately, it works brilliantly, although
it is a lot more effective watching it in a cinema or with a group of
friends than on your own.
Overall, I rate this film highly, and would not hesitate to recommend it.
Here is proof, as if it were needed, that it is not always the worst films
that fail to find a decent distribution deal.
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, Charles De'Ath
, Chris Pavlo
, Elaine Britten
, Julie Rice
, Kate Allenby
, Kelly Marcel
, Paul Tonkinson
, Ricci Harnett
, Robyn Lewis
, Ruth Purser
, Shireen Abdel-Moneim
, Stuart Laing
, Tania Emery
, Thomas Dyton
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