What you see here is the result of sheer laborious work and days of frantic weeding and ruthless trimming – I’ve even managed to restrict myself to only two comedies each from administrators Basu Chatterji and Hrishikesh Mukherji who between them were chargeable for many of the nice comedies within the 70s and 80s!
In this sequel, Clouseau has managed, (via no fault of his own!) to be assigned to a excessive-profile homicide case. Unfortunately, he becomes infatuated with the prime suspect, which as you may imagine complicates the investigation. But because the body depend keeps going up, if Clouseau doesn’t remedy the case quickly, his career might be completed! This is an end of an period bizarre semi-autobiographical comedy by author-director Bruce Robinson. Set in 1969, it opens in Camden, North London with the 2 primary characters of the title, flat-mates and out-of-work actors performed by Richard E. Grant …Read more →