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Name:The High Life

Total Size: 4.36 GB

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Their sitcom, The High Life, depicted a cabin crew for Air Scotia, an airline flying out of Glasgow International Airport. The crew consisted of an effete steward, Sebastian; his sex-obsessed colleague Steve; the chief stewardess, Shona Spurtle; and the obtuse, semi-demented pilot Captain Duff. Sebastian and Steve longed to be promoted from the short-haul flights to landing the more exotic locales frequented on the long-haul routes, and they also wished to escape from the clutches of their hard-as-nails superior Shona, whom they described as 'Hitler in tights'. The seven episodes - a Comic Asides pilot and subsequent series of six - were frantically paced and the programme existed in an unreal, farcical world. Cumming and Masson's stage training was evident in the production of The High Life, which was more overtly theatrical than typical sitcoms, even down to the credits and closing sequences which were elaborate music and dance numbers.
Intermittently funny, its odd style made The High Life an acquired taste. Cumming and Masson threw themselves wholeheartedly into the project but Siobhan Redmond was such an appealing actress that it was hard to believe in her as the instinctively nasty and vindictive Shona.

Cumming went on to become a major success in the USA, on stage and in movies.

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