Mrs.Ratcliffe (Catherine Tate) left the land of Marks And Spencer and went to the world of Marx and Lenin. Mrs.Ratcliffe's Revolution is a feel-good comedy following one dysfunctional family's journey from 1968 West Yorkshire to 19 below freezing East Germany and back again. Mr.Ratcliffe fought for the cause, but his wife fought for their family: a teenage sex goddess, and a twelve year old communist spy. Will Mr.Ratcliffe (Iain Glen) throw away his party card and fall in love with his brave new wife?
stunning insight into GDR life...
- Mrs. Ratcliffe's Revolution review by hmmm
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this little film takes you from highs to lows. A teacher interested in communism takes his family off to GDR. the moment when he burns the british passports is a bit cringeworthy as life unfolds and the wife realise everything will change and things may nvever seem the same. passion, drama and definitely edge of your seat giggles.