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takes us back to the decadent 1980s in this comic murder mystery set in the tony world of Oxford University.It’s 1985, and at Oxford University, Pimm’s, punting, and ball gowns are de rigeur.My only complaint about the movie would be the main character (Miles Richards) being a flawless Mary Sue - rich, handsome, witty, intelligent, kind and well meaning, as well as some of the other positive characters being presented as these morally superior beings.

“Fortune favors Ursula Flowerbutton, the spunky ‘fresher’ (first-year student) and aspiring reporter who stars in this frothy series launch set at Oxford University in 1985 from bestseller Sykes .

SPOILER: Alistair and Miles, both with aristocratic connections, start their first year at Oxford University though they are very different, Miles is down to earth and happy to have a girlfriend, Lauren, from a lower background whilst Alistair is a snob with aspirations to follow his uncle, a Tory MP.

I liked how peer pressure was depicted in this film and how the guilt and responsibility of some of the members was shown.

It really made me consider how we act in situations we have very little control over and how responsible should we feel in these kinds of situations.

It's always better to watch a movie with a little bit of context.

That said, the writer, Laura Wade, explores some very complex issues regarding wealth and peer pressure.

‘It’s interesting to investigate a character where you wonder what drives him through the story, because ultimately he knows where he will be.’ The one you’ll root for Miles (played by Max Irons) As the less privileged new inductee into the club, Miles is grappling with his identity and doing the right thing.

Turns out Max – son of actor Jeremy – who you’ll recognize from BBC period drama, The White Queen, was put in a similar quandary.

), the suitably-named Harry has buckets of charm, a stately home and his dad’s a Duke.

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