|Title||Love is Like a Violin. A film about community theatre and the Common Stock Theatre Company - ACE060.5|
Writer talking about the difference between the way he works and how the company operates. Elderly women talking and singing. Elderly woman canteen helper interviewed at home talks about the difference in attitude to people of 60 when she was young and now. Sixty used to be thought of as "old age", but she now considers it young. She believes that mixing with younger people helps older ones feel young. The sing-song continues. Rehearsal: man has just come home after his retirement party. Man in his seventies saying he would have liked to have had children but wasn’t "the marrying type".
|Web address (URL)||https://player.bfi.org.uk/free|