A large not so confident sloppy American student heads to the very stuffy, very English institution known as Oxford. When he arrives he does his best to fit in but things don’t go so well as he lives up to many ugly American stereotypes.
The student also attempts to get involved with fellow students and even starts his own Oxford Society all with similar disastrous results. A very funny and well acted short that points out just how different the English and the Americans can be.
Posted on January 24, 2004 in Reviews by Jim Agnew
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