Now if think about it for a moment or two, the concept of time is a very illusive commodity to hold on to. One minute a minute is here. And the next minute the exact same minute has been and gone. Still, what can you do about it, huh? Make a film perhaps? Like this one Directed by Christopher Morahan; and Starring: John Cleese,
Penelope Wilton, and Alison Steadman? It came forth in 1986, and lasted for a whole 96-minute's.
I personally like it for its farcical nature; mainly relating to how people have a tendency of getting themselves 'into a bit of pickle' when least expected. Moreover, I also like to think of it as a very British version of 'Planes, Trains and Automobiles' [click on link for review], just without the 'buddy-buddy' element thrown into the mix.