Not exactly A HARD DAY'S NIGHT, this film brings British pop duo the Pet Shop Boys (Chris Lowe and Neil Tennant) and their music to the big screen in a surreal travelog. The narrative is nearly nonexistent. Tennant visits an English seaside resort and selects some postcards, which conjure
an assortment of strange memories as he and Lowe embark on a cross-country journey. Along the way they encounter some naughty nuns; a blind priest, Ackland; a businessman who is oblivious to the flames raging on his body; a ventriloquist, Hunt, and his loquacious dummy; and a deranged pilot,
Dickson. Tennant and Lowe, who say next to nothing, are as unaffected by the metaphysical ...