A Taste of Honey

A Taste of Honey
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Karen

Challenging and ambitious piece of work whose themes are as relevant today as they were then. Tony Richardson strikes again with this historic piece of British 'Kitchen sink realism'.

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John

A good old fashioned British film with atmosphere and simplicity.

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