Opening sequence, mom Helen (Dora Bryan) and young Jo (Rita Tushingham), scarpering from their flat in Salford, outside Manchester, from Tony Richardson's A Taste Of Honey, 1962.
Maggie Smith won the Best Actress Award playing a headstrong young teacher in The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1969).
Teacher (Eunice Black) reading Keats' Ode To A Nightingale, then attacking pupil Jo (Rita Tushingham), who escapes and meets again sailor Jimmy (Paul Danquah), along the Manchester ship canal, in Tony Richardson's A Taste Of Honey, 1962.
Abandoned by her hapless mother, Jo (Rita Tushingham) in her first day working at a shoe shop, meets Geoffrey (Murray Melvin), in Tony Richardson's A Taste Of Honey, 1962.
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Obsession and fate collide in one of the most controversial and provocative films ever made. English widow Anne Osborne (Sarah Miles, Ryan's Daughter) lives by the sea with her young son, Jonathan. The arrival of a rugged American sailor, Jim (Trouble In Mind's Kris Kristofferson), brings Anne the joy and sensual fulfillment she thought had gone forever, but her son is disturbed by this new intruder and joins a perverse group of fellow students led by the charismatic Chief. With its disturbing shock ending and frank love scenes, this stylish adaptation of the novel by legendary writer Yukio Mishima has become a timeless classic, with sharp direction by Lewis John Carlino (The Great Santini), powerhouse performances, exquisite cinematography by the legendary Douglas Slocombe (Raiders Of The Lost Ark) and a haunting score by Johnny Mandel (M*A*S*H). Beautiful, eerie and erotic, this spellbinder has been restored in high definition from archival elements to its original widescreen glory.
After his father dies;a disturbed young boy plots to take revenge on the new man in his mother's life.
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