Children (1976)

01/01/1976 (US) Drama 44m
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Robert Tucker, a young gay man who is almost without affect, sits in various waiting rooms. As he sits, he recalls events from the year of his childhood when his father dies. He's ten or eleven that year, picked on by bullies at the Catholic school he attends. He seems friendless. At home, his mother is quiet, his father is ill and angry. After his father's death, there's a wake, the coffin arrives, the body is removed. The lad grieves, alone.

  1. Terence Davies

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Phillip Mawdsley

    Robert Tucker

  2. Robin Hooper

    Robin Hooper

    Robert Tucker (aged 23)

  3. Nick Stringer

    Nick Stringer

    Father

  4. Valerie Lilley

    Mother

  5. Linda Beckett

    Neighbour

  6. Colin Hignet

    Bully

  7. Robin Bowen

    Bully 2

  8. Trevor Eve

    Trevor Eve

    Man in Shower

  9. Elizabeth Estensen

    Nurse

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Children

Status Released

Original Language English

Budget $500,000.00

Revenue -

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