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SPOILER: Alistair and Miles, both with aristocratic connections, start their first year at Oxford University though they are very different, Miles is down to earth and happy to have a girlfriend, Lauren, from a lower background whilst Alistair is a snob with aspirations to follow his uncle, a Tory MP. The common bond is that both become members of the RiotClub, a long established elite drinking club priding itself on hedonism and the belief that money can buy anything. Having been barred from most establishments in Oxford they have their annual dinner at the function room in a country pub, where their rowdy behavior angers other patrons though they reimburse Chris, the landlord. They hire a prostitute but she refuses to perform group sex, then one of them rings Lauren, whom they importune to Miles' horror. Getting progressively more drunk and ingesting drugs they start to trash the room and, when Chris comes to complain, Alistair savagely assaults him, landing him in hospital. Though...Written by
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When Charlie comes to the pub she is handed a glass of champagne. With different camera angles the champagne flute turns to a shot glass then back to a champagne flute. See more »
[George wants to be president of the RiotClub]
Better start my campaign, then.
Election's next term, isn't it? What, you think I wouldn't be good?
Just didn't think you would be going for president.
[in an Ali G voice]
Is it 'cos I is Greek?
[Bellingfield smiles but doesn't answer]
Jesus, Bellingfield, it's because I'm Greek?
No. No, mate, come on. Mate, how long have we been friends?
Since the first day of school and you think I couldn't be president because I'm Greek?
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This film tells the story of two freshmen at Oxford University, who are invited to join the exclusive club called The RiotClub.
I have to say this film surpasses every bit of my expectations. From the story, acting, sets and the messages behind the film, everything absorbs me and engrossed me. It shocks me deeply, and provokes much thought about the discrepancy between the world of the young elites and the general public's perception of them.
The story quickly builds towards trouble, and I already had a feeling that the dinner will end badly towards the middle of the film. Even though what the club members did was not socially acceptable, even after taking into account their state of intoxication. However, what shocks me isn't their mere irresponsible, disrespectful and even lawless behaviour. It doesn't shock me that they could get away with it because they have power and money. What shocked me is that they can have no remorse, and are still expected to have a superbly bright future. As they say, they aren't the sort of people who make mistakes. It's such a along chilling statement.
It pains me to see the bar owner having to take such a misfortune. He is shown to be honest, hardworking, and treats his guests with much respect. He can be likened to the commoners, having to take whatever misfortune the rich descends upon them.
"The RiotClub" is not just a film about drunken young adults. It is really about class struggle and societal oppression. It is a must watch. I'm still in a daze an hour after watching it, shocked by the events portrayed in it.
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