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A cinematographic response to Sylvia Plath’s Lady Lazarus with Plath’s own readings of her poetry.
A film of seventy-nine shots in four sections showing David Hockney, his furniture, his work, his face, his tea table, and one friend.
A group of people discuss chance encounters they have had that have led to sex with complete strangers.
Beginning with Chamberlain’s historic BBC radio announcement, the film records the way Londoners go about their business making preparations for World War Two.