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If there is no room at the top for all the Joe Lamptons and Jimmy Porters, those angry young men from the working class, a black man in Britain can't even get his foot on the bottom rung of the ladder. Two Gentlemen Sharing presents a tidy essay on John Bull and Jim Crow by telling the somewhat unlikely tale of a West Indian who desperately wants entry into the Establishment and a young ad man who is struggling to get out.

Mackenzie (Hal Frederick) is an aspiring barrister from Jamaica whose search for a London apartment is complicated by predictable amounts...

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