Doing Rude Things: Five Slices Of British Cinematic Smut

David McGillivray is both a writer and connoisseur of the British sex film – a much-maligned genre that was hugely popular in the 1970s. Here, he explores the strange world of this genre, from its start to its final days. For more on this vital cinematic genre, read his essential book Doing Rude Things.


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Review: What’s Good For The Goose


Norman Wisdom’s ill-fated step into Swinging London is more interesting than its reputation might suggest. Continue reading “Review: What’s Good For The Goose”