Starring Rita Tushingham, Dora Bryan, Murray Melvin
Directed by Tony Richardson
Written by Shelagh Delaney
This DVD-R is in NTSC format and will play in ALL USA DVD players.
UNAVAILABLE ON DVD ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD AT THE PROPER SPEED
AND IN ANAMORPHIC WIDESCREEN!
24 frames per second - NO 25 fps SPEED-UP!
MASTERED FROM THE BEST AVAILABLE EDITION!
NOT FROM A VHS OR LASERDISC!
INCLUDES OPTIONAL COMMENTARY TRACK BY THE STARS OF THE
FILM, AND AN ADDITIONAL VIDEO ESSAY BY THE
Running time: 1:40:14 (check the copy you have and see if it is full-length and at the proper speed!)
Not Rated - Dolby Digital Mono
Mastered in 1.66:1 Widescreen
Progressive-encoded (24 frames per second)
Jo is an awkward, shy 17-year-old
girl living with her promiscuous alcoholic mother, Helen.
Desperately longing to simply be loved, when her mother's latest
"romance" drives Jo out of their apartment, she spends the night
with a black sailor on a brief shore leave. But when Jo's mother
abandons her to move in with her latest lover, Jo finds a job and a
room for herself, meets Geoffrey, a shy and lonely homosexual, and
allows him to share her flat. When she discovers that she is
pregnant with the sailor's child, Geoffrey, grateful for her
friendship, looks after her, even offering marriage. Their brief
taste of happiness is short-lived for Jo's fickle and domineering
mother, her own romantic hopes dashed, appears on the scene,
determined to drive the gentle Geoffrey from the flat and take over
the care of her daughter, rearranging everything to suit
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The DVD-R will have chapter stops
and a menu. The DVD-R will arrive in a plain paper sleeve with no
labels or printing attached (it often warps discs and makes them
unplayable) on A+ media, either Sony or Taiyo Yuden, both highly
rated for quality, durability, compatibility, and longevity.