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Absolutely Fabulous - DVD

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<p>Eddy's PR career has hit the skids. Her not very many clients include a boutique vodka and the 60's pop icon, Lulu, who refuses to sing 'Shout!' as often as Eddy would like. Eddy is desperate for someone to publish her memoirs - every microbe on the planet seems to be able to get a book deal these days - but the publishing world isn't biting. Patsy's career, meanwhile, seems to be miraculously intact. In fact, her magazine is sponsoring a major fashion event, the Huki Muki Retrospective launch party. Everyone who is anyone is going to be there, even the supermodel Kate Moss, who happens to be between PR's (publicity reps)...Kate Moss! All Eddy has to do is get to Kate before her arch rival Claudia Bing (Celia Imrie) of Bing, Bing, Bing & Bing, and she will be right back in the game. And in her beautiful 13 year-old granddaughter Lola (newcomer Indeyarna Donaldson-Holness), she has the perfect accessory to help her to do just that. Needless to say Eddy, who still claims to be 49 years old, hasn't embraced grandmother hood in the traditional twin set and pearls sense but she and Lola have a common enemy in Lola's mother Saffy (Julia Sawalha), Eddy's long-suffering, straight-laced daughter. But things go badly wrong at the Huki Muki party. When Kate Moss is involved in an accident, the hating faces of the fashion world place the blame firmly at Eddy's door. When an attempt to find Kate results in the disappearance of Eddy's trusty secretary, Bubble (Jane Horrocks), she and Patsy have no choice but to go on the run in search of great escape and rich husbands. And what better place to do that but the South of France, where mother (June Whitfield) is celebrating the birthday of her extremely wealthy sister, Violet (Wanda Ventham). So ensues a hilarious Cote d'Azur caper, with all our favourite old faces rubbing straw hats with a line-up of pitch perfect new characters. Will Eddy's dissolute past begin to catch up with her? Is the party finally over?</p><ul><li>Rated M: Coarse language, drug use and sexual references</li></ul>


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Eddy's PR career has hit the skids. Her not very many clients include a boutique vodka and the 60's pop icon, Lulu, who refuses to sing 'Shout!' as often as Eddy would like. Eddy is desperate for someone to publish her memoirs - every microbe on the planet seems to be able to get a book deal these days - but the publishing world isn't biting. Patsy's career, meanwhile, seems to be miraculously intact. In fact, her magazine is sponsoring a major fashion event, the Huki Muki Retrospective launch party. Everyone who is anyone is going to be there, even the supermodel Kate Moss, who happens to be between PR's (publicity reps)...Kate Moss! All Eddy has to do is get to Kate before her arch rival Claudia Bing (Celia Imrie) of Bing, Bing, Bing & Bing, and she will be right back in the game. And in her beautiful 13 year-old granddaughter Lola (newcomer Indeyarna Donaldson-Holness), she has the perfect accessory to help her to do just that. Needless to say Eddy, who still claims to be 49 years old, hasn't embraced grandmother hood in the traditional twin set and pearls sense but she and Lola have a common enemy in Lola's mother Saffy (Julia Sawalha), Eddy's long-suffering, straight-laced daughter. But things go badly wrong at the Huki Muki party. When Kate Moss is involved in an accident, the hating faces of the fashion world place the blame firmly at Eddy's door. When an attempt to find Kate results in the disappearance of Eddy's trusty secretary, Bubble (Jane Horrocks), she and Patsy have no choice but to go on the run in search of great escape and rich husbands. And what better place to do that but the South of France, where mother (June Whitfield) is celebrating the birthday of her extremely wealthy sister, Violet (Wanda Ventham). So ensues a hilarious Cote d'Azur caper, with all our favourite old faces rubbing straw hats with a line-up of pitch perfect new characters. Will Eddy's dissolute past begin to catch up with her? Is the party finally over?

  • Rated M: Coarse language, drug use and sexual references

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