I Was Happy Here

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Time Out says

A horribly pretentious and sentimental film which still manages to retain a degree of emotional power, with moments of real intensity and conviction. It's about an Irish girl (Miles) who returns to her home in Ireland after an unhappy marriage, and is pursued there by her bullying husband (Glover). The film is certainly much better than Davis' earlier Irish story The Girl with Green Eyes (also adapted from Edna O'Brien), but it's dogged by the awful tricks of overemphasis which he seems to have learned from his patron Tony Richardson.
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UK release:

1965

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91 mins

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Lynda

Yes, I have watched that film many years ago, one Sunday afternoon and have not seen it since but I would also like a copy of this film - does anyone know where I can get a copy to play on UK DVD.

Lynda

Yes, I have watched that film many years ago, one Sunday afternoon and have not seen it since but I would also like a copy of this film - does anyone know where I can get a copy to play on UK DVD.