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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 December 2020
When Saturday Night Fever was first released, not only was it a phenomenal success, but it had been 'cleaned up' for general audiences, which I would never had known had it not been for the excellent documentary led by Bruno Tonioli that was on BBC4 just before Christmas. Thankfully, this version is the original, definitely adult, one: and what a difference! Perhaps the biggest impact of this version is the blatantly sexist, male dominated environment that the film portrays. I wonder what today's generation of teenagers thinks when viewing the original version of this iconic film that shot John Travolta to fame?
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