The Full Monty

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9780006511922: The Full Monty
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Novelisation of the award-winning, smash-hit British film The Full Monty which has been acclaimed worldwide for its humorous and moving portrayal of a group of redundant steelworkers in Sheffield.

The Full Monty is the story of the launching of a male striptease act by a group of out-of-work steelworkers who are down on their luck and strapped for cash.

Inspired by a visit of The Chippendales to a local ladies’ night, Gaz, a 36-year-old wild-card, drags his best friend Dave and a most unlikely group of ‘strippers’ through a series of hilarious adventures in pursuit of their strip-for-cash scheme.

Through the process of rehearsing the show, worrying about their physiques and, ultimately, going ‘the full monty’, they form new friendships, find a new purpose in life and recover the self-respect that had been stolen from them during the months of unemployment. This heartwarming novelization deals with reinventing oneself in a world where roles are shifting and deeply held beliefs are being overturned.



Out of work, out of cash and out of luck, Gaz and Dave are redundant steelworkers in Sheffield, struggling to hold on to what little remains: their self-esteem

When a visit by the Chippendales evokes a frenzied response from the local women, Gaz has a brainwave. In desperate need of money to fight a custody battle for his son, he persuades Dave and four equally unlikely lads that if women will pay good money to see men take their clothes of, why give it a go?

Their heart-warming journey between conception and performance is littered with tears and laughter; will they turn their lives around and go the full monty?

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Editorial: HARPERCOLLINS (1998)
ISBN 10: 0006511929 ISBN 13: 9780006511922
Nuevos Paperback Cantidad: 1
Irish Booksellers
(Rumford, ME, Estados Unidos de America)

Descripción HARPERCOLLINS, 1998. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 6511929

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