A Touch of the Sun (1956)

A charming little film that is rather inconsequential, but has a very decent central performance by the great British comedian Frankie Howerd. It is an odd film that does not exactly feel like a waste of time, but that will make you feel like the writer has been wasting everybody’s time during the second act. +++ +++ [click title to read review]

The Naked Truth (1957)

This British comedy contains some very dark humour. There is no holding back when it comes to showing the havoc caused by the film’s central blackmailer. In spite of its darkness, however, the film becomes more farcical as the plot unfolds, in part thanks to the talents of Peter Sellers and the rest of the cast. +++ +++ [click title to read review]

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