Sixties Teenage Dreams.
- Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush review by Steve
An enjoyable variation on the cinema perennial: the young man, on the cusp of the adult world, in pursuit of the perfect girl, wondering just how many of his ideals growing up may force him to cast away. Like, of course, The Graduate, or Goodbye Colombus, or A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon.
This being the UK, with Stevenage standing in for Metroland, we get Barry Evans (later star of sitcom, Mind Your Language) in awe of cool rich girl, Judy Geeson. There is music from Traffic, and a more earthy picture of the young male's clumsy insecurity.
A lovely first person stream of teen consciousness. Worth a look on IMDB to see the pretty incredible cast.
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