Clockwise

Clockwise
Clockwise

Film Details

Year

1986

Duration

92 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

If you're a fan of TV's Fawlty Towers you're bound to relish this British farce about uptight teacher Brian Stimpson journeying to Norwich to chair the annual headmaster's conference for the first time. This hilarious caper produces brilliant comedy from Mr Stimpson's frustration, as anything and everything gets in his way - from missing a train to ending up running from the police. With the odds stacking up against him as he desperately tries to make it to Norwich, Clockwise will have you glued to the screen to see if he does - at the same time as leaving you helpless with laughter.

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