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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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A young London girl studying a doctorate in the British museum spends her nights trying to avoid the sexual admiration of men in her life.

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A young London girl studying a doctorate in the British museum spends her nights trying to avoid the sexual admiration of men in her life.

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Depressing drama
28 August 2004 | by (las vegas, nv) – See all my reviews

British-made feature involving a pregnant and unmarried woman making life choices. The combined talents of director Waris Hussein, usually a very fine, quirky filmmaker, and Sandy Dennis in the lead should have resulted in something more touching than this. The lead character is in such a passive fog that she becomes vacuous. Dennis uses a subtle local accent but spends most of her time on screen fiddling with her lifeless hair; she was obviously trying to stretch her abilities passed her kooky screen persona, but a somnambulant Sandy doesn't do her--or us--any favors. The film isn't incompetent, but it's washed-out, dishwasher-dull. Frequently shown on cable as "A Touch of Love". * from ****


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