Based on Nell Dunn's iconic tale of life in London's swinging sixties and released for the very first time on DVD , Up The Junction is an unforgettable classic of British cinema. Starring Suzy Kendall as Polly and Dennis Waterman as her hard-up boyfriend Peter, it is the tale of a young, well-heeled party girl who, bored with her affluent Chelsea lifestyle, moves to the industrialised and considerably less well to-do area of Battersea. In search of realism, Polly takes a factory job where she meets sisters Rube (Adrienne Posta) and Sylvie (Maureen Lipman). But she soon discovers the seedier side of life in an impoverished world of crime, desperation and questionable morality. A side of life that everyone, but Polly, is desperately trying to leave behind., Based on Nell Dunn's iconic tale of life in London's swinging sixties and released for the very first time on DVD , Up The Junction is an unforgettable classic of British cinema. Starring Suzy Kendall as Polly and Dennis Waterman as her hard-up boyfriend Peter, it is the tale of a young, well-heeled party girl who, bored with her affluent Chelsea lifestyle, moves to the industrialised and considerably less well to-do area of Battersea. In search of realism, Polly takes a factory job where she meets sisters Rube (Adrienne Posta) and Sylvie (Maureen Lipman). But she soon discovers the seedier side of life in an impoverished world of crime, desperation and questionable morality. A side of life that everyone, but Polly, is desperately trying to leave behind.

Special Features:

  • None Listed.
studio:
Paramount Home Entertainment
Director:
Peter Collinson
Certificate:
12
Actor:
Maureen Lipman

Adrienne Posta

Suzy Kendall

Dennis Waterman
Subtitle Languages:
English, English for the Hard of Hearing
Aspect Ratio:
Aspect Ratio 2.35:1
Theatrical Release Year:
1968
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
2

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Based on Nell Dunn's iconic tale of life in London's swinging sixties and released for the very first time on DVD , Up The Junction is an unforgettable classic of British cinema. Starring Suzy Kendall as Polly and Dennis Waterman as her hard-up boyfriend Peter, it is the tale of a young, well-heeled party girl who, bored with her affluent Chelsea lifestyle, moves to the industrialised and considerably less well to-do area of Battersea. In search of realism, Polly takes a factory job where she meets sisters Rube (Adrienne Posta) and Sylvie (Maureen Lipman). But she soon discovers the seedier side of life in an impoverished world of crime, desperation and questionable morality. A side of life that everyone, but Polly, is desperately trying to leave behind., Based on Nell Dunn's iconic tale of life in London's swinging sixties and released for the very first time on DVD , Up The Junction is an unforgettable classic of British cinema. Starring Suzy Kendall as Polly and Dennis Waterman as her hard-up boyfriend Peter, it is the tale of a young, well-heeled party girl who, bored with her affluent Chelsea lifestyle, moves to the industrialised and considerably less well to-do area of Battersea. In search of realism, Polly takes a factory job where she meets sisters Rube (Adrienne Posta) and Sylvie (Maureen Lipman). But she soon discovers the seedier side of life in an impoverished world of crime, desperation and questionable morality. A side of life that everyone, but Polly, is desperately trying to leave behind.

Special Features:

  • None Listed.
studio:
Paramount Home Entertainment
Director:
Peter Collinson
Certificate:
12
Actor:
Maureen Lipman

Adrienne Posta

Suzy Kendall

Dennis Waterman
Subtitle Languages:
English, English for the Hard of Hearing
Aspect Ratio:
Aspect Ratio 2.35:1
Theatrical Release Year:
1968
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
2
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