The Bed Sitting Room
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The Bed Sitting Room
The specter of atomic warfare raises its head once again in this bizarre 1969 black comedy, directed by Richard Lester and hatched from the mind of twisted British comic Spike Milligan. England lays in ruins after World War III, and a number of dazed survivors try to carry on as if nothing is wrong, even when one woman (Rita Tushingham) announces that she is seventeen months pregnant, and others begin to mutate into parrots, wardrobes, and bed-sitting rooms. The often slapstick comedy provides a surreal foreground for the bleak, devastated settings, portions of which were filmed in actual,… More

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"With over a thousand gags that had only a handful work."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
"This example of post-apocalyptic absurdism sits midway between The Goons and Threads."
‑ Ian Berriman, SFX Magazine
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