Meryl Streep, Carey Mulligan and Helena Bonham-Carter star in Sarah Gavron's drama about the foot soldiers of the early feminist movement
Before Paul Reubens was pilloried in the press for the relatively minor infraction of jerking off during a porno movie, he was one of the most popular and subversive forces in children's TV thanks to his ground-breaking series Pee-Wee's Playhouse. This delightfully inane big-screen spin-off marked the feature debut of cult film-maker Burton and was the perfect vehicle for his bizarre, scattershot mentality. What little plot there is revolves around Pee-Wee's countrywide search for his missing red bicycle, but it's really just an excuse for some truly off-the-wall humour.
It's surreal, funny, clever and disarming in equal measures.
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Editor Chris Wyatt has worked on modern classics of film and TV including Dead Man¿s Shoes, Dreams Of A Life and Dead Set. Here, he talks about his work with Yann Demange on ¿71, out now on DVD and B
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