- Running time108 minutes
25 March / 6pm / The Box / £4, £3 (Members & Concs)
In Ken Loach’s 1971 drama, a young woman is subjected to shockingly self-righteous and ignorant doctors when she is unable to cope with the emotional and mental effects of an abortion enforced on her by overly restrictive parents.
With an introduction and discussion led by Michael Mckeown, mental health nurse, union activist, researcher and reVision supporter. Michael works at University of Central Lancashire, Preston, lives in Liverpool.
The film is part of Society, Politics and Mental Health series selected by activist mental health organisation reVision to explore the social and political contexts of mental health through history.
reVision is an alliance of critically aware thinkers, such as academics, voluntary sector workers, students, social workers, service users and other community activists who are committed to promoting the social model of mental health.
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