Stiff Upper Lips is a broad parody of British period films, especially the lavish Merchant-Ivory productions of the 'eighties and early 'nineties. Although it specifically targets A Room with a View, Chariots of Fire, Maurice, A Passage to India, and many other films, in a more general way Stiff Upper Lips satirises popular perceptions of certain Edwardian traits: propriety, sexual repression, xenophobia, and class snobbery.
|Title||Stiff Upper Lips|
|Production Companies||Cavalier Features, Chrysalis Films, Filmania, Impact Pictures, Isle of Man Film Commission, Isle of Man Government, Ivory Hall, Kaleidoscope Entertainment Pvt. Ltd., Yorkshire Films International|
|Production Countries||United Kingdom, India|