|Title||Love is Like a Violin. A film about community theatre and the Common Stock Theatre Company - ACE060.7|
Bingo session at the club. Performance: woman suggests that widower move in with her. Man’s daughter is shocked. Finale. Audience members talk about their reactions to the play. One thinks it should be shown to younger people rather than pensioners; some think older people haven’t made enough fuss and need to organise together. Salaman says that old age is something that has frightened her and she hoped she’d be able to deal with it in this way. She is also interested in how younger actors can portray older people without actually imitating them. She thinks this is also an interest of writer, though most English people have come from a realistic theatrical tradition. Woman singing "Love is Like a Violin" to other club members. Credits.
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