This year marks the 100th anniversary of one of British film-making’s central institutions – the British Board of Film Classification. Over the past century, the British Board of Film Classification has evolved from the quaint, and supposedly morally superior, institution that was tasked with protecting the public from corruptive indecency; into a transparent, accountable and in-touch organisation that mainly classifies movies so that filmmakers may more effectively meet their target audience.
A married couple return to their small hometown to prepare the wife’s family home for sale. Once there, tensions build in their marriage and old conflicts re-emerge with the locals leading to a violent confrontation.
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