Michael Winterbottom’s rose-tinted biopic of Paul Raymond, purveyor of pornography and sleaze in London’s SoHo, creates a wonderfully authentic sense of time and place, and boasts a pair of knockout performances from Steve Coogan and Imogen Poots as his troubled daughter, Debbie. However, the film does run a little long, especially as it becomes increasingly obvious that Winterbottom, Coogan et al are reluctant to expose the seedier side of their subject.