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23-May-2020 16:26

Directed by Irvin Kershner Written by Lorenzo Semple, Jr.

Premiered 6 October, 1983PRE-TITLE SEQUENCEThere isn't one.

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"Don't say anything dismissive in the middle of a conversation as a way to avoid talking about something uncomfortable.

Tonight, Jessie J, Alesha Dixon and Craig David were among the stars attending the premiere, where Justin was giving his loyal British fans the chance to join the audience for the film, which is released in the UK this Friday.

With this song, Romeo Void achieves a deft balancing act, walking the fine line between arty punk poetesses like Patti Smith and the Raincoats and more pop-oriented new wave groups, such as Blondie and the Pretenders.

Though the song's stark, propulsive rhythm and wailing saxophone are compelling enough on their own, it's Debora Iyall's teasing, existential musings -- which predated and predicted the aloof yet frank sexuality of early- and mid-'90s artists such as Elastica and Liz Phair -- that elevate "Never Say Never" from a mere post-punk relic into a subversive, influential classic.

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