Why ‘Relative Values’ is probably the most English thing ever happened.

Relative Values is a motion picture from the year 2000, directed by Eric Styles. It functions as the cinematic adaptations of the play by the same name from the acclaimed playwright Noël Coward. Among others, the film features Julie Andrews, Stephen Fry and Colin Firth. In a manor. During what seems to be a great English Summer. With occasional cocktails and flowers and hats.

To illuminate its status of most English thing ever happened, we compiled a handy selection of screenshots that also works as a general synopsis, for you to treasure forever.


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by Lujon Magazine

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