Prudence and the Pill (1968) Film Review

It’s the sixties and everyone’s having sex – and not just with their spouses. But introduce birth control, and the whole concept of swapping out pills (either to stop someone from getting pregnant or making them fall pregnant) and you have a real farce of a film. I mean, a thousand consent issues aside.

Very, very, very much a product of its time. It was a bit fun at times, loved the look of the times. I don’t think I’d recommend it, but it was a really good bit of co-viewing with a mate (in our separate locations) mid-lock down.

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