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101 Things You Wish She Hadn’t Said

UK, 2000 (MIFF 2000, Fiction)

Director: Andy Humphries

Saffron invites her new boyfriend to live with her— and her de facto. In this Birmingham love triangle, messages are mixed and no one ever reacts in quite the way they're meant to. Strong performances, a hand-held camera style and a slightly surrealistic edge underpin this amusing comedy.

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