Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Flush is an amiably goofy British comedy of bad manners. William Calloway, William Bronder and Jennie Linaro head the cast. The humor rises from a series of rude noises, emanating from various body functions. Oddly, the film's combination of British reserve and Mel Brooksish flatulence is quite effective. This 1981 release is no relation to the 1975 buried-treasure farce Flush It.