What is the full monty about?

The film is set in Sheffield, England during the 1990s, and tells the story of six unemployed men, four of them former steel workers, who decide to form a male striptease act (à la the Chippendale dancers) in order to make some money and for the main character, Gaz, to be able to see his son.

What does doing The Full Monty mean?

naked, nude. 2. to go the Full Monty, vb., to take all one’s clothes off, to go the whole way, to be totally naked.
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What age is full monty suitable for?

WARNING: This show contains strong language and nudity. Not suitable for persons under 16 years of age.

Why The Full Monty is so good?

It’s about finding confidence in yourself, whether you get it from employment, being a good dad or from your appearance. It also touches upon sexuality, divorce and suicide (which is actually the funniest scene in the film, in my opinion). It has some of the better portrayals of male friendship I’ve seen in a film too.

What does the saying Monty mean?

the most or best that you can have, do, get, or achieve, or all that you want or need: When we bought the television, we decided to go for the full monty.

Where does the expression Full Monty come from?

The most common theory for its origin is that a purchase (especially that of a full three-piece suit) from Montague Maurice Burton (1885–1952), founder of Burton Menswear, was known as a “full Monty”. According to the OED, this etymology is “perhaps the most plausible”.

Is Bloody a cuss word?

Bloody is a common swear word that is considered to be milder and less offensive than other, more visceral alternatives. In 1994, it was the most commonly spoken swear word, accounting for around 650 of every million words said in the UK – 0.064 per cent.

Why do the Brits say cheers?

Americans and British people both say “cheers” when they are out drinking and clink their glasses together. The difference is that people from the UK also use “cheers” to mean “thank you”.

What does Ponty mean?

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