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Thank You All Very Much (1969)
"A Touch of Love" (original title)

M  -  Drama  -  September 1969 (UK)
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12 February 2002 | by (London) – See all my reviews

***SPOIL Very faithful to Drabble's book. Wonderful ensemble cast including Eleanor

Bron, Ian McKellen, Maurice Denham, Rachel Kempson and I even spotted

Penelope Keith as one of the hospital battleaxes. Some things have changed

since 1969. Parents can visit their children in hospital, single mothers aren't faced with a choice between abortion and adoption, and we don't have to wear

tent-like beige minidresses any more.

When Sandy explains to Eleanor she never slept with either of her official

boyfriends Eleanor asks "How did you get away with it?" Maybe things haven't

changed that much.

Being a Margaret Drabble, the single mother is an academic living free in her parents huge mansion flat. I longed for Sandy to get together with Ian but I

suppose it would never have worked. We can only hope the character finds Mr

Right and learns to like sex eventually.

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