"The world is full of naughty schoolboys," says one of the women running a thriving suburban brothel in Personal Services, a madcap English film directed by Terry Jones of Monty Python fame. Julie Walters is smashing as a waitress who becomes the madam of a whorehouse catering to some to some of the pillars of the English establishment. Screenplay writer David Leland offers a wacky, witty, and at times sentimental portrait of the sexual foibles of these very lonely and repressed men. Their wildest fantasies are fulfilled at this brothel, which becomes a second home for many of them.