Barry Skelly’s review published on Letterboxd :
I remember having good memories of this film with my late father and grandfather absolutely blaring the film when I came back from school. Bloody heartbreaking that the actual movie isn't very good. It's really poor to be honest. It's the soundtrack that really saved it. If it had terrible songs, it would be absolutely mind-boggling awful.
Neil Diamond out-acts Laurence Olivier too. Weird.