Writer/director Sally Potter stunned audiences with her debut feature ORLANDO, a hit with art-house audiences. THE PARTY can be described as less art-house but Potter’s mark is still clearly noticeable.
Her characters in this farce all have strong political leaning, engage in same or opposite sex relationships and have deep personal conflicts.
The film opens with a door opening and Janet holding a gun nervously pointed at the visitor. It is a black and white scene and the film returns to this scene at the end of…
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