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Cast overview:
Yolande Brener Yolande Brener ... Blonde 1
Fiona Denison Fiona Denison ... Blonde 2
Melissa Milo Melissa Milo ... Blonde 3
Sean Pertwee ... Peter
Liz Greene Liz Greene ... Woman in street
John Kobal John Kobal ... Man in hallway
Ros Coward Ros Coward ... Woman in doorway
Lucy Goodison Lucy Goodison ... Voice on walkman (voice)
P. Hildebrand P. Hildebrand ... Man in wardrobe (as Dr. P. Hildebrand)
Richard Jobson ... Man at photo booth
Don Letts ... Man on train
Shere Hite Shere Hite ... Woman on TV
Lorelei King ... Captain Trulove (voice)
Hetty Baynes Hetty Baynes ... Additional voices (voice)


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Detective story where the victim is love.
22 June 2000 | by alice liddellSee all my reviews

This gorgeous tinsel fantasy could be seen as a day-glo update of LA JETEE. Here, three aliens, beautiful blondes are sent to Earth to find the recipe for Romantic Love in 48 hours. They ask a whole range of passers-by, presumably famous in a London kind of way (I recognised Richard Jobson and Pam Hogg, and some music person I couldn't put a name to, but nobody else), and are offered all kinds of responses spanning banalities and Marxist-Freudian analyses. All this talk doesn't get them anywhere, and they are in danger of being trapped in that dreaded human condition, loneliness.

The brightness of the colour only makes the cheapness more cheerful, and if dialogue and performances are neccessarily stilted, there is much humour to leaven the philosophy. There is great sadness underneath the fun, and the Candide-like journey of our seeming bimbo heroines reveals stark hypocrisy, exploitation and evasion everywhere they go. London has never looked so strange, though.

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