Up the Junction

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Time Out says

Hard to see what all the fuss was about (at least from this movie cash-in on Kenneth Loach's teleplay version of Nell Dunn's novel). The idea that the decision of middle class Polly (Kendall) to forsake Chelsea and move to Battersea should provide enough substance for either a book or a film now seems ludicrous. Nevertheless here it all is. In the shadow of the power station, she helps working class Rube (Posta) cope with abortion and death: part of the short-lived and generally muffed attempt by the film industry to make a foray of sorts into the realities of working class life in Britain.
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UK release:

1967

Duration:

119 mins

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Keith obrien

A nostalgic trip to a by gone working class London . Was it really like this ? Well worth a look at . 4 star

Keith obrien

A nostalgic trip to a by gone working class London . Was it really like this ? Well worth a look at . 4 star

Ricky

A slice of 60's life that now looks dated... but for a man the chance to see Suzy Kendall bending over in a mini skirt is worth every penny.

Ricky

A slice of 60's life that now looks dated... but for a man the chance to see Suzy Kendall bending over in a mini skirt is worth every penny.

Kim

I hope you didnt get paid for that review. Because i have never read such rubbish.

Kim

I hope you didnt get paid for that review. Because i have never read such rubbish.