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Girl from the south

Author: Richard WoolleyJean StewartAdrian RhodesJanet ToveyMichelle MulvaneyAll authors
Publisher: [Great Britain] : Yorkshire Film Archive : British Film Institute, [2010]
Series: Richard Woolley collection.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : PAL color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Girl from the south: "Anne comes from a well-off family in the south of England. Like many girls of her age, she reads romances and, on a trip to her grandparents in the north, decides to write her own romantic story and live it out. She leaves the safety of the suburbs and sets off for 'the poorer part of town'. ..." (container).
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Genre/Form: Coming-of-age films
Fiction films
Feature films
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Woolley; Jean Stewart; Adrian Rhodes; Janet Tovey; Michelle Mulvaney; Mark Crowshaw; Carolyn Pickles
OCLC Number: 723720587
Notes: Originally produced as a motion picture in 1988.
Also issued in box set: An Unflinching eye, the films of Richard Woolley.
Includes interview with Richard Woolley and film 'Waiting for Alan'.
Credits: Music, Adrian Rhodes ; photography, Janet Tovey.
Performer(s): Michelle Mulvaney, Mark Crowshaw, Daphne Oxenford, Rosamund Greenwood, Alan Thompson, and Keith Weinstein.
Target Audience: Exempt from classification.
Description: 1 videodisc (84 min) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, region 0; PAL.
Contents: Girl from the south (84 min. ; 1988) --
Waiting for Alan / starring Carolyn Pickles, Anthony Schaeffer, and Joyce Kennedy (45 min. ; 1984)
Series Title: Richard Woolley collection.
Other Titles: Waiting for Alan.
Unflinching eye, the films of Richard Woolley.
Responsibility: produced by Jean Stewart ; written and directed by Richard Woolley.

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Girl from the south: "Anne comes from a well-off family in the south of England. Like many girls of her age, she reads romances and, on a trip to her grandparents in the north, decides to write her own romantic story and live it out. She leaves the safety of the suburbs and sets off for 'the poorer part of town'. ..." (container).

Waiting for Alan: "Trapped in the rich but sterile environment of a lavishly appointed country house, Marcia is a microcosm of society--a victim of, and partner on, someone else's routine. It's not the housework or the cooking ... but the daily monotony of waiting for Alan--her newspaper-reading, TV watching husband. ..." (container).

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