Love is love. For Ali and Ava, love is a redemption. Coming from different backgrounds with different experiences, love poses no judgment nor prejudice. For Ali and Ava, love gives them another opportunity at life.
The first film within a spin-off trilogy from the British TV sitcom of the same name, On the Buses in 1971 established a separate continuity where the buses were red, Olive was pregnant, but the humour was all the same.
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Evening... Here are another nine shots from nine different films taken a second or two after the one hour mark in a film's duration: On the Buses (1971) MGM-EMI / Dir: Harry Booth / Prod: Chesney & Wolfe Dog Day Afternoon (1975) Warner Bros. / Dir: Sidney Lumet / Prod: Bregman & Elfand The Deer Hunter (1978)... Continue Reading →