Private Road

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Time Out says

Platts-Mills' second feature steps up a class from working to middle, but remains as quietly and sympathetically observant as Bronco Bullfrog, though this time using professional actors and a bolder visual stylisation. Very much of its time in its account of a girl's attempt to escape the cosy suburbanism of her family in Esher - by way of an affair with a classless writer who introduces her to the dropout world - it remains as engagingly unclassifiable as Bronco Bullfrog. Well worth a look for its odd mixture of romanticism and scepticism about society's future.
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UK release:

1971

Duration:

89 mins

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Ron Baldwin

Only half the story!leaves you way up in the air about what happened!Good quality Blu ray (video & sound)

Ron Baldwin

Only half the story!leaves you way up in the air about what happened!Good quality Blu ray (video & sound)