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Hungry

UK, 1999 (MIFF 2000, Fiction)

Director: Richard Clark

Gregory is a fat, lonely tele-sales expert who never leaves the sanctuary of his flat. His days are an endless cycle of sales-speak, junk TV and binge-eating. His only physical contact with the outside world is his sister Rosemary—that is, until he finds love on the telephone.

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