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"Richard J. Leskosky" <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 8 Jun 1994 14:51:05 -0500
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>I'm trying to find the title for a film I saw about two years ago in
>Ann Arbor.  The film is British, or maybe Irish, and is about a working
>class family, particularly the two twin daughters.  The daughters are
>red-heads, one short hair, one long.  Long-haired girl is bulemic.  In
>a memorable scene, she asked her boyfriend to slather her with chocolate
>and eat it off of her.  The family lives in the proverbial working-class
>cramped flat.  Other things I remember are that the father is obsessed
>with a hot-dog (or some similar) cart that he's found.
>   I really liked that film, but I can't remember the title.  I'm pretty
>sure it was new about 2-3 years ago.
>   Can anyone help?
>Susan Crutchfield
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That's LIFE IS SWEET, a 1991 film by Mike Leigh, who most recently did the
very different NAKED.