This movie portrays British poet/author Stevie Smith and her life with her beloved aunt through direct dialogue with the audience by Stevie, as well as flashbacks, and narration by a friend. The movie mainly focuses on her relationship with her aunt, romantic relationships of the past, and the fame she received late in her life. Written by
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She inspired a whole generation.
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The film was given a very limited release in the USA in late 1978, but only on the West Coast. Over two years later it was shown theatrically on the East Coast and proved a big hit with critics going on to win many awards including 2 acting awards from the New York Film Critics. See more
Agatha Christie is so deadly serious in English... but in French, she's so delightfully funny! Je m'apelle Hercule Poirot, un detective. Her murders are so polite!