The opening narration having established London, 1958, Colin (Eddie O'Donnell) introducing himself, Suzette (Patsy Kensit) then in one long shot pals Graham Fletcher-Cook, Tony Hippolyte, Joe McKenna, Paul Rhys, Eve Ferret and others, in director Julien Temple's Absolute Beginners, 1986.
Discouraged London photographer Colin (Eddie O'Donnell) with his voice over comments for his girl, leading into the introduction of Kinks front-man Ray Davies as his Dad, the composer and performer for this original tune, in director Julien Temple's Absolute Beginners, 1986.
Still on the opening evening of our story, a brief spat between Cool and Dorida (Tony Hippolyte, Amanda Jane Powell), then the first proper visit between leads Colin (Eddie O'Donnell) and Suzette (Patsy Kensit), in the imaginary 1958 London of Absolute Beginners, 1986.
The fashion-timing is wrong, as it's supposed to be 1958, but still the breakout moment for Suzette (Patsy Kensit), wardrobe assistant turned instant sensation, at the London runway show by Henley Od (James Fox), Anita Morris the reporter on the spot, in Absolute Beginners, 1986.
Return to Waterloo embraces Ray Davies' satirical (and occasionally comical) view of modern society, as reflected in over thirty albums over a remarkable twenty-five years with The Kinks.
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