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Diversion

UK, 1979 (MIFF 1980, Programme 54)

Director: James Dearden

When Guy's wife goes away for the weekend to visit her mother, he decides to call a girl he's met briefly some time before. What starts out as a harmless flirtation turns into a claustrophobic nightmare.

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