A nice adaptation of the Evelyn Waugh novel Vile Bodies. The story follows Adam, who runs with the Paris Hiltons of 1930s London — rich, young, drugged out. While parts are fun, it’s mostly sad as you see most of the main characters descend into drug addiction etc. Emily Mortimer gives a great performance as Nina, Adam’s love interest, but it’s hard to get stressed about what will happen to their relationship when you realize how shallow she is. There’s a nice bit with Harriet Walter (Fanny Dashwood in Sense and Sensibility) as a snobby society matron. The costumes are well done but nothing to die for.