- Director: Alan Clarke
- Writer: David Rudkin
- Producer: David Rose
Rudkin has no talent for dialogue - at all.
Clarke even stated that he was not sure what the story was about - not exactly a compliment when the director hasn't a clue.
Unfathomable, inaccessible and monotonous.
An overly verbose piece of crud which is really only a story about a thoroughly unattractive, geeky kid who fancies the milkman.
Through a series of real and imagined encounters with angels, demons, and England's pagan past, a pastor's son begins to question his religion and politics, and comes to terms with his sexuality.