In a series of small vignettes, we follow the course of a manic-depressive girl through high and low instances, slowly following her disintegration as she deals with her doctors and family,... See full summary »

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Anna Cropper ...
Kate Winter
Brian Phelan ...
The Interviewing Doctor
George A. Cooper ...
Mr. Winter
Helen Booth ...
Mrs. Winter
Christine Hargreaves ...
Mary Winter
Peter Ellis ...
Jake
Adrienne Frame ...
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Bill Hays ...
Man at the rehearsal room
Vickery Turner ...
Woman at the rehearsal room
Yvonne Quenet ...
Girl in the bar
Neville Smith ...
Man at the pub
Malcolm Taylor ...
Man at the pub
Patrick Barr ...
Consultant
George Innes ...
Paul Morris
Anne Hardcastle ...
Doctor
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In a series of small vignettes, we follow the course of a manic-depressive girl through high and low instances, slowly following her disintegration as she deals with her doctors and family, especially her hot headed, unimaginative father. Eventually she is brought back to a mental asylum where she'd been committed before. Written by WesternOne

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1 March 1967 (UK)  »

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One of his best
19 September 2013 | by (New Malden,England) – See all my reviews

I'm currently working my way through the 'Ken Loach At The BBC' box set and have been fairly impressed so far though 'Up The Junction' I found almost unwatchable the others have all been very interesting and in the case of 'Cathy Come Home' very powerful and moving but none of them are as devastating and spot on as 'In Two Minds' the story of a woman with possible mental problems and how she and her family deals with it. Shot like a fly on the wall documentary which makes it seem more contemporary the acting from everybody in the cast is so natural and believable and the editing and direction are far better executed than any of his previous films I was surprised and blown away with how good this was.(9/10)


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