Dir: Christopher Morahan
Starring: Victor Henry and Susan George
An irresponsible window cleaner believes he has found true love with a woman he picked up in a tavern
Part bawdy romp, part kitchen sink drama, this film is an appalling spectacle that is based on the 1968 novel of the same name by Jane Gaskell. It has a number of street scenes filmed in South London with suburban EMU’s crossing bridges, plus a scene filmed inside a flat in the Battersea area with a couple of electric units passing by outside the window, though these are rather indistinct. In addition, there are glimpses of the entrances to both Tooting Bec Underground station and London Paddington main line station.