Really wanted to like this more. Had some decent songs, but it's really a slog to get through. Anthony Newley looks like the goat man from Alucarda in this.
You know when people think the business they work for deserves a reality show because the employees/regulars are mildly quirky or witty, but in reality would be awkward and cringey if shown to people with no connection to them? That's what this feels like. Add in some basic sentimental music and you've got yourself a documentary. Super offput by the fact that virtually no women get to speak, meanwhile they give like 10 minutes of screentime to this random film…