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Darling, Do You Love Me?
Darling, Do You Love Me?

Darling, Do You Love Me? 1968


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Darling, Do You Love Me? 1968

3 mins United Kingdom Director. Martin Sharp, Bob Whitaker

In a hugely entertaining parody of her media persona, a pre-Female Eunuch Germaine Greer stars as a terrifyingly amorous woman who alternately cajoles, pursues and assaults a mild little man with cries of “Darling, do you love me?” until he succumbs to her strangling hands.

The directors were well known for their work in graphic design in the late 60s: Martin Sharp for his ferocious cartoons in the satirical magazine Oz, Bob Whitaker for his photography on various Beatles album covers. But the main joy here is Greer – as barking as you could possibly hope for, and all the more endearing for it.

Directed by

Martin Sharp

Bob Whitaker


Alisdair Burke

Germaine Greer


Horror Comedy


Love WTF - A Box of Odd




United Kingdom



Production company

British Film Institute Production Board

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