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Why didn't you tell about all this earlier this evening?
I didn't want to. I wanted everything to be like it was. I would have told you in the morning. I just wanted tonight.
You're talking like a child. And what about me? Didn't you think about me in all this?
It was because I was thinking about you. I needed your help. Was it too much to ask?
Yes. It was too much to ask. The lies.
The purgatory is on.
It's your own fault. You went away because you wanted to. You got married because you wanted...
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The lovely Sarah Miles at her best, with good support (underplayed for once) from Cyril Cusack. Irish girl goes to almost-swinging London, marries rugger-bugger English doctor, finds life unbearable boring and runs home to get in touch with her land and her people, including the boyfriend she left behind. Boyfriend still miffed, doctor in pursuit. A sense of place is important, and Miles plays the carefree girl wonderfully in numerous flashbacks. Story told in non-linear time, ie chopping from Irish girlhood, penniless entrapment in big city, to return and denouement.
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