This film deserves to be seen again and again, as I've watched it. Yet by the end I was absolutely embracing the whole thing. It was tied up in a package with some films nobody would buy, to the mortification of director Gavin Millar, writer Dennis Potter, and star Coral Browne. Overall an interesting watch. Your reactions should be complex, maybe conflicted, and at the conclusion of the film, you may be completely satisfied but not know why. This was a fairly low budget production, shot entirely in the UK, but Roger Hall's masterful art direction can convince even a savvy movie buff that he is watching a pricey period picture set in New York City's Great Depression era.