Two businessmen make a pact to end it all. After several failed attempts, something happens which changes their mind.
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Cited as an example of excessive expenditure of the UK government's Central Office of Information in a House of Commons debate on 23rd May, 1949, by Edward Keeling, Conservative MP for Twickenham, who said: "My right hon. Friend gave some examples of expenditure which he thought was excessive. I should like to give two or three more. We are spending £750,000 on films, and very little money is earned by them. We have no less than 150 vans touring the country showing films free, and some of them seem to me to have very little sense. I saw a film the other day called "What a Life," on which £9,000 of the taxpayers' money was spent with no return whatever. The scene opens in a public house, where everybody decides that things are very bad indeed. Two of the people are so depressed that they decide to kill themselves. They get into a boat, row out, shake hands, and dive into the sea. Then they find that there are only three feet of water, and so they go back to the "pub."" See more