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Black comedy starring Jane Asher in which a woman finds her lover unsympathetic to the idea of marriage and takes drastic action.
Comedy 1977 10 mins Not rated
Director: Francine Winham
Acclaimed music photographer Francine Winham directed this disturbing black comedy when she was a student at the National Film School. Jane Asher plays a widow who finds her new lover against the idea of marriage because her children are not his own. So she takes drastic action to keep the affections of the man she loves.
This title is also available on the DVD/Blu-ray 'Deep End' in the BFI Flipside collection.
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