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Freedom fascinates and frightens Jackie, encountering the real world for the first time in years, She clings to an ideal : 'What I want most in the whole world is to be in love and to be loved'. Reality can be harsh and unforgiving. Written by Anonymous

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The New Recruit
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Written by G. Southwell
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hard to take
12 September 2004 | by (bristol, uk) – See all my reviews

It took a lot to move me as a hyper-cynical teenager but Joanne W's performance in this BBC2 play (seemingly abandoned format) penetrated the elephant hide. She plays a girl coming out of a secure institution, dangerously full of laudable, simple beliefs and attitudes...the disenchantment is so heartbreaking, made all the more poignant by her subsequent inability to trust the real deal. Only saw it once, 20ish years ago, but one of few that stays with me. I knew JW was going to be a huge star, jump the Atlantic chasm even.

The supporting cast does a great job of letting her shine, and the motif of the Roberta Flack original version of the title song adds weight to the tugs on the heartstrings.


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