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Title : The Rachel Papers (1989)
Released on : 1989-05-12
MPAA Rating is : R
Runtime : 92 minutes.
Movie casts:Dexter Fletcher as Charles Highway, Ione Skye as Rachel Noyce, Jonathan Pryce as Norman


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The Rachel Papers (1989) in HD
Run time: 95 min
Rating: 5.9
Genres: Drama | Romance
Director: Damian Harris
Writers: Damian Harris, Martin Amis
Stars: Dexter Fletcher, Ione Skye, Jonathan Pryce
Trivia: Charles is in control of his life; he is about to finish 6th form college and start at Oxford. He is 19 and wants an ‘older’ woman before he turns 20. Enter the beautiful Rachel, and … See full summary »
Storyline
Charles is in control of his life; he is about to finish 6th form college and start at Oxford. He is 19 and wants an ‘older’ woman before he turns 20. Enter the beautiful Rachel, and Charles puts his ‘master-of-seduction’ routines into top gear. Things however get complicated, Charles has a string of ex’s and a weird brother-in-law. Rachel has a boyfriend named Deforest and Charles’ father has a mistress. Written by Matthew Stanfield <mattst@cogs.susx.ac.uk>
Plot Keywords: topless girl, female nudity, narrative, underage sex, independent film
Details:
Country: UK
Release Date: 12 May 1989 (USA)
Box Office
Gross: $201,468 (USA)

4 comments

  1. admin says:

    Despite being a little predictable at times, this solid little movie succeeds rather well. Both Fletcher and Skye give wonderful performances as the leads, and Pryce is fun every time he is on the screen. It has a good mix of comedy and drama, and at no point did any of the emotional turns seem out of place. I had been wanting to see this film for some ten years before finally seeing it tonight, and I am very pleased that I took the time to watch it.

  2. admin says:

    Despite some fine performances and great source material, this movie doesn’t stand up as well as I’d hoped it would. It’s either too dark and serious for the comedy it hopes to be or it’s too gauzy for the serious look at modern teenagers in Britain that it hopes to be.

    Still, it’s interesting to see Dexter "did you know I was in Bugsy Malone AND Lock, Stock & 2 Smoking Barrells" Fletcher, Ione "wow, am I really this naked in this movie" Skye, Jonathon "why aren’t I working more often?" Pryce and James "didn’t I play this same character only with more lines in Pretty in Pink" Spader in a movie that hardly any American has ever heard of…

    This has its clever moments, its funny moments, its heartbreaking moments and a few moments that are meant to be (and are) disturbing… It’s not as clever as its American cousin, or as funny…but it does have a bit more depth…and Ione Skye is REALLY naked in it.

    That’s worth a rental, isn’t it?

  3. admin says:

    This one was an odd, passionate and snappy one, and it's very much more than just a basic teenage love comedy, but it does feel a like a British take on 'Ferris Bueller'. Based on Martin Amis' best seller of the same title, 'The Rachel Papers' is a sensually breezy and topically substantial film adaptation that's poetically told (with plenty of rapid narrative talk to the audience, following the mature progression of our protagonist and cementing a realistic affection between Fletcher and Skye's characters), sharply directed by Damian Harris and terrifically performed by the charmingly gawky Dexter Fletcher, the ravishingly delightful Ione Skye (where she seductively entices the viewer with her beauty) and the scruffy, but useful Jonathan Pryce (who pretty much steals the limelight and well-timed laughs). Also appearing is James Spader, but the role doesn't instill much from him to make an impression. The soundtrack is potent with the time, but the score blends well the drama going on and it's smoothly photographed. A sexy contemporary, but heartfelt feature.

  4. admin says:

    SPOILERS After appearing in television series "Press Gang", yet many years before his role in "Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" (1998), a British minor celebrity called Dexter Fletcher appeared in "The Rachel Papers". Sometimes put forward as the British equivalent of "Ferris Bueller’s Day Off" (1986), the film is a decent enough attempt which improves as the story progresses and keeps you entertained throughout.

    Charles Highway (Fletcher) is a bright 19 year old about to head to Oxford. Meeting Rachel Noyce (the beautiful Ione Skye) at a club one night, Highway falls instantly for her and sets about trying to seduce her.

    Like so many teen based stories of the last few decades, "The Rachel Papers" offers it’s advice on sleeping with women. As a form of guidance to the teen generations, these films are often funny and inspiring. Changing the pattern slightly, this story has it’s moments of humour, but the majority of the time it remains straight faced (whether intentional or not) and not as inspiring as it could be. Choosing to have the main characters evolve as individuals, without romance being the crucial factor, the film charts Charles’ ascension into maturity, and it handles this topic well.

    One of the main reasons for the success of this film perhaps is a strong performing cast. In supporting roles it includes Jonathan Pryce, James Spader, and a brief cameo by Michael Gambon. All three perform well enough, with Pryce in particular portraying his character brilliantly. In the main roles too, both Skye and Fletcher are brilliant as the young couple who fall for each other. Despite the fact that Skye is beautiful and Fletcher is not what most would consider attractive, the way the two actors portray their developing affection is impressive and realistic.

    The success of this film depends most definitely upon what the intentions of director / scriptwriter Damian Harris were. If Harris intended to cause considerable laughs, the film might be viewed as a failure. If he intended however to show us how an unlikely couple might form, then Harris has succeeded brilliantly. "The Rachel Papers" is one of those films which require further viewings. Almost inspiring at times, it reminds us of that awkwardness around women which many suffer from at a younger age. Not particularly funny, but definitely entertaining.

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