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Audreys Foggin's drab existence changes when she meets Barry. A cautionary tale about seeing life through rose coloured glasses.
A cautionary tale about seeing life through rose-coloured glasses.
Audrey Foggin is a sultry young Catholic woman living in the 1950s. She tries to break free of her drab, conformist existence - dominated by religious guilt and fear - by idealising her postie, Barry. Reality, however, turns out to be rather more complex.
A comic element is added to the film by a neurotic priest who tells us this story - but who is he?
Target audience: sinners!
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