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It is amusing and there are some very funny scenes such as Alan daily prayers, pleading for it to be today and that he won't think about the other things.Plus there is the wonderful cricket style commentary which accompanies the movie, amusingly embellishing on what is going on.What this all boils down to is that "P'tang, Yang, Kipperbang" is a fun movie and an enjoyable nostalgic British coming of age movie.It is at times clever as well as amusing but it also occasionally feels dull, losing its way with sub plots.Whilst it may have a strange name which makes you wonder what it means "P'tang, Yang, Kipperbang" is also a nostalgic British coming of age movie set in 1948, where we follow the teenage trials and tribulations of 14 year old Alan Duckworth who has a desire to kiss Ann Lawton.It's an entertaining movie, quite clever in places with the use of a cricket commentary to establish the emotions of young Alan.But at the same time I feel that nostalgia will work more for those who were teenagers during the 40s rather than for those, like me, who end up watching "P'tang, Yang, Kipperbang" as a period piece.
As for the big question, what does P'tang, Yang, Kipperbang mean, well it seems it means nothing, just a made up phrase, a secret code which Alan and his friends used as a form of greeting.
That's probably why I want to get married." It may be hard work, but Abigail would never give it up.
Drama has been a part of her life for as long as she can remember.
Considering that John Albasiny, who plays Alan Duckworth, had no movie experience prior to "P'tang, Yang, Kipperbang" it has to be said he does a remarkably good job.
He has this restrained style so he comes across as quite a normal, head in the clouds type school boy but then makes you smile with his frank dialogue, especially when he is pleading to God for it to be today.