A British undertaker's clerk (Tom Courtenay) lies to his girlfriends and dreams of a land where he is king.
A enter one's mind on page and juncture, Keith Waterhouse and Willis Auditorium's Billy Liar was brought to the box near John Schlesinger as a bang on blend of societal realism and mocking fantasy. Tom Courtenay is at his job best — so decidedly — as the funeral director's assistant who escapes from his mundane creature into the neverland of Ambrosia, where he is loftiest absolute ruler. The performances round him are all beginning rate, strikingly Julie Christie and Helen Fraser as two of the three women in his life, Wilfred Pickles and Mona Washbourne as his long-suffering parents, and Leonard Rossiter as his humourless boss. A must-see.
Courtenay as the undertaker's clerk in a hard Northern city who escapes, Walter Mitty-like, into concoction, scripted around...
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