Not Rated | | Drama, Romance
In 1960s Dublin a young girl becomes involved with an older man, a much-travelled and still married land-owner.
Although Desmond Davis was a well-respected camera operator, particularly known for his associations with Walter Lassally and Douglas Slocombe, he was understandably very nervous when Woodfall Films, which had employed him in this capacity several times, agreed to promote him to director with this film. His nervousness was increased at the start of shooting when leading man Peter Finch, somewhat drunk, told him, "You know, mate, I could really fuck you up if I wanted to" - but, he later said, Finch was, in fact, the soul of professionalism and an excellent actor.
Ah, the milk of human blindness.