A Woman's Tale (1991)

A Woman's Tale


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This film chronicles the final days of a 78-year-old woman (Sheila Florance) who is dying from lung cancer. Martha is independent and lively, making the most of her remaining time. Florance gives a wonderful performance, made all the more poignant by the fact that she herself was terminally ill.

Rating: PG-13
Genre: Drama
Directed By:
Written By: Barry Dickins, Paul Cox
On DVD: Jan 27, 1993



as Jonathan

as Miss Inchley

as 2nd Con

as Neighbor

as Billy's daughter

as Billy's son-in-law

as Don's wife

as 1st Nurse

as 1st Nurse

as Young Martha

as Waitress

as Young girl

as Young Girl

as Hal Todd
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