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He is sipping a glass of red wine and surveying the local newspaper, pausing, occasionally, to bask in the warmth. Into his post-prandial idyll stalks Steve Coogan; taller, sharper, slightly harried, he sits down heavily and scowls. Brydon, impervious, lowers his newspaper. Diners stroll past, oblivious to the famous comedians in their wake. There is an abrupt halt in the conversation. People scurry about in gilets and fleeces, carrying walkie-talkies and tape-measures.
They adjust wires and lights, listen intently to headphones, and a makeup woman dashes over and dabs at the shine on Brydon's forehead.
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Directed by Michael Winterbottom, Coogan and Brydon essentially play themselves, amid the premise that Coogan has angled a role as a guest restaurant reviewer for the Observer, touring the best restaurants of Lancashire, Yorkshire and the Lake District.
His intention was to take a [fictional] American girlfriend named Mischa, but when he and Mischa split up shortly before the trip, he asks Brydon to accompany him in her stead. It is a comedy of sorts, but it is much more than that.
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It is a homage to the north, and northern culture — its food, of course, as well as its music, its literature and its landscape. Fiction blurs with reality, and there is geology and Romanticism, sightseeing and wine-tasting and much rumination on ageing and masculinity, relationships, love, fame and comedy itself.
Perhaps more than anything it is about identity — about where you belong and who you are, how others perceive you and how you perceive yourself. And it is funny, of course.
The very worst thing you could say about a Michael Winterbottom project is that it is a Noble Failure. It would never be a bad piece of work. Why the hell do you want to do this?
What is the interest? They began shooting on both those films when they were half-formed, which normally would scare me — in fact it did scare me on 24 Hour Party People, I didn't know how it worked then. I wouldn't do this with anyone else," he adds. Coogan is remonstrating with Brydon for his stereotyped impression of a northern accent. It is unclear whether this is actually part of the scene, or just Coogan airing his own bugbear — though this blurred patch of reality is precisely where the series sits.
The makeup woman leans across and whispers to me: You don't know what's going on. He knows what's going on. You just have to go with it. Coogan looks at him with some detachment. There is an awkward silence, the pair discuss their starters of scallops and tomato soup, the constitution of fishcakes, and Brydon idly sings He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother.
It's the casual conversation of people who know one another well, charged with the certain frisson of two men who have lately spent more time in one another's company than they would normally wish.
It's Coogan who breaks the volley of insults.
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His notes on landscape, limestone and poetry, serve to re-route the squabbling and bring a peculiar kind of melancholy to the series. Is he genuinely interested in geology?
Does Brydon truly know more about wine? Are the quarrels raging across the dinner tables of the north's best restaurants, from L'Enclume to Holbeck Ghyll, Hipping Hall to the Angel Inn, real or fattened up for the occasion? They're sort of genuine arguments. It's a sort of an exaggeration of real life. It was slightly unwarranted, just because I'd annoyed him, and I made him apologise to me. And I meant it. Age gaps of 10 to 20 years or more are common in Chinese marriages But this financial burden on men is also making it harder for many women to find a partner.
That adds to the issue, with large numbers of men, partly because of the financial costs of marriage, are opting to marry later. And when they do settle down they are often looking for younger women. Age gaps of 10 to 20 years or more are common in Chinese marriages. Of course, the reverse can also be true.
The parent trap Parents are a big source of pressure to find a partner, pronto. Parents getting involved—really involved. Alamy Then there are the outdoor marriage markets.
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Some parents have been known to visit the market every week for years with no success. The shift in how people meet and how men woo partners, is, above all, putting a greater emphasis on love rather than on practical considerations such as financial security.
For decades, the policy restricted couples to having only one child. A long history of preference for sons led to large numbers of girls being abandoned, placed in orphanages, sex-selective abortions or even cases of female infanticide. In China, just like the rest of the world, the universal rules of romance still apply.