In 1960s London, a beautiful continental au pair finds herself wrestling with the affections of an earnest peace-protestor, a dashing young toff and a roguish older man. But fun and freedom turn to shame and despair when she finds that her naivety has put her lovers, and their partners - including the well-meaning Janet (played by Big Zapper's Linda Marlowe, in her first role) - at risk.
Stylishly shot in crisp black and white, and set against a backdrop of smoky jazz clubs, 'Ban the Bomb' marches, and evocative London locations, this finely-tuned cautionary tale was the directorial debut of Gerry O'Hara (All the Right Noises, The Brute), and is presented in a new high-definition transfer.

Special features:

  • Dual Format Edition: includes both the Blu-ray and the DVD of the film and the extras
  • All films remastered to High Definition
  • The People at No. 19 (J.B. Holmes, 1948, 17 mins): an intense and effective melodrama which explores the themes of adultery, sexual hygiene and pregnancy from the perspective of an earlier era
  • No Place to Hide (Derrick Knight, 1959, 10 mins): a snapshot of the first 'Ban the Bomb' march to Aldermaston
  • A Sunday in September (James Hill, 1961, 27 mins): a compelling documentary, from the director of Black Beauty, about a nuclear disarmament demonstration in London, with Vanessa Redgrave, Doris Lessing and John Osbourne
  • Robert Hartford-Davis interview (1968, 14 mins): That Kind of Girl's producer discusses his film career
  • Extensive illustrated booklet featuring essays from novelist Cathi Unsworth and director Gerry O'Hara
studio:
BFI
Director:
Gerry O’Hara
Certificate:
12
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
2
Region:
B
Brand:
BFI

That Kind of Girl (The Flipside) [Dual Format Edition]

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In 1960s London, a beautiful continental au pair finds herself wrestling with the affections of an earnest peace-protestor, a dashing young toff and a roguish older man. But fun and freedom turn to shame and despair when she finds that her naivety has put her lovers, and their partners - including the well-meaning Janet (played by Big Zapper's Linda Marlowe, in her first role) - at risk.
Stylishly shot in crisp black and white, and set against a backdrop of smoky jazz clubs, 'Ban the Bomb' marches, and evocative London locations, this finely-tuned cautionary tale was the directorial debut of Gerry O'Hara (All the Right Noises, The Brute), and is presented in a new high-definition transfer.

Special features:

  • Dual Format Edition: includes both the Blu-ray and the DVD of the film and the extras
  • All films remastered to High Definition
  • The People at No. 19 (J.B. Holmes, 1948, 17 mins): an intense and effective melodrama which explores the themes of adultery, sexual hygiene and pregnancy from the perspective of an earlier era
  • No Place to Hide (Derrick Knight, 1959, 10 mins): a snapshot of the first 'Ban the Bomb' march to Aldermaston
  • A Sunday in September (James Hill, 1961, 27 mins): a compelling documentary, from the director of Black Beauty, about a nuclear disarmament demonstration in London, with Vanessa Redgrave, Doris Lessing and John Osbourne
  • Robert Hartford-Davis interview (1968, 14 mins): That Kind of Girl's producer discusses his film career
  • Extensive illustrated booklet featuring essays from novelist Cathi Unsworth and director Gerry O'Hara
studio:
BFI
Director:
Gerry O’Hara
Certificate:
12
Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
2
Region:
B
Brand:
BFI
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