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One of the many outstanding characteristics, besides a flawless performance from its main actors, excellent direction, and maybe the greatest achievement, one of the few literary adaptations that don't have you leave the cinema with disappointment, is the visual interpretation of the influence of LSD and other psychedelica.Bryson is an American - the English evidently prefer their faults to be picked over by an outsider - and Notes from a Small Island is a relentless satire, poking fun at the English as small-minded bores, obsessed by rules and ritual and only kept afloat on a tide of Rich Tea biscuits, woollen M&S socks and holidays on cold beaches.Bryson won from a shortlist that included Zadie Smith's White Teeth set in multi-racial London, Nick Hornby's football-worshipping Fever Pitch and George Monbiot's gloomy environmental prognosis, Captive State.The scene in which Raoul Duke calls his attorney from Baker, California, is partially filmed backwards.
In the background, smoke can be seen coming back into a fire, and Duke bangs in reverse on the side of the phone booth. Thompson's seminal psychedelic classic about his road trip across Western America as he and his large Samoan lawyer searched desperately for the "American dream"...