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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 7 November 2021
Good to see this again after many years. It provides a stark and troubling picture of teenage life in the US of the 70s. There's a lot of language that wouldn't pass the hate speech censor these days. I hope it doesn't get 'cancelled' as retrospectively unacceptable! Great dancing, of course, and music. Travolta has great presence and the girl he rejects is also excellent. A really interesting mix of characters generally. It wasn't clear to me at the end how he intended to change his life but at least he was clear that he wanted to and I got a feeling that he just might succeed.
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