Bitter Harvest DVD


A pretty young woman will do anything to escape her deadly dull existence in the backlots of Wales. But when she reaches the bright lights of London is the price too high?

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12 June 2017
Strawberry Media 
91 minutes 
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1960s British drama starring Janet Munro and John Stride. The film follows young and restless Jennie Jones (Munro) as she leaves her dull, Welsh mining town and heads for the bright lights of London. However, after being taken there against her will, she soon finds life in the capital isn't at all like she expected. After finding herself alone in the city, Jennie is forced to turn to kind barman Bob Williams (Stride) for help. He happily takes her in and cares for her but it's not long before she becomes bored once again and goes off in search of more adventure...

Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play. Gripping drama starring Janet Munro as simple country girl Jennie Jones who leaves her family in the Welsh Valleys for the bright lights of 1960's London. Jennie Jones (Janet Munro) is bored with her life in the Welsh valleys running the family shop and looking after her father. Whilst babysitting for a wealthy family she becomes jealous of the luxuries that life has denied her. On a night out in Cardiff she is seduced by salesman Andy (Terence Alexander) and wakes up in London. Despite meeting loving barman Bob Williams (John Stride) her life takes a tragic downward spiral!   Actors: Janet Munro, John Stride, Alan Badel, Anne Cunningham Directors: Peter Graham Scott Language: English Number of discs: 1

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