A millionaire past his prime and his young wife arrive in Kenya circa 1940 to find that the other affluent British expatriates are living large as the homefront gears up for war. They are busy swapping partners, doing drugs, and attending lavish parties and horse races. She begins a torrid affair with one of the bon vivants, and her husband finds out and confronts them. The husband and wife decide to break up peacefully, but the bon vivant is murdered and all the evidence points to the husband.
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White Mischief came quickly and it was a lovely film to watch, really enjoyed it.
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This is how you make a movie based on a true story! Excellent performances all around (Joss Ackland in particular). The depiction of life in Happy Valley in 1940 seems a bit overdone at times, but judging by the 'Making Of' documentary on the DVD, apparently life really was like that. Greta Scacchi is absolutely stunning as the femme fatale, Diana, and you can see why two men would fall completely head over heels for her. Overall, a very classy production that cannot to be missed.
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