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A Kind of Loving

Drama, Romance 1h 52m 1962

After marrying his newly pregnant girlfriend, a young man must adjust to his new life and contend with his domineering mother-in-law.

Describes in unfussy black-and-white images the life of this couple in crisis, drawing on the Kitchen Sink Realism which characterised British filmmaking of this era. An unsentimental and naturalistic treatment of youthful dreams and disappointments from director John Schlesinger (MIDNIGHT COWBOY).

Director

John Schlesinger

Languages

English, German

Country

UK

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